MARBLEHEAD, Mass. (WWLP) – An Essex County community is coming together to stand up to hatred and bigotry.
After the discovery of anti-Semitic and racially offensive graffiti on a seawall.
In response, more than a hundred people turned out Monday in Marblehead for an anti-hate rally.
Chief Robert Picariello, of Marblehead police said, “We don’t hide from it. We shine a light on it, and try desperately to show that this isn’t what this town’s about.”
The spray-painted graffiti has been washed off, and police say they are still investigating.