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Why Erasing Anti-Semitic Graffiti On The Subway Is Not "Resisting Trump" - Bustle

BustleWhy Erasing Anti-Semitic Graffiti On The Subway Is Not "Resisting Trump"BustleOver the weekend, a Humans of New York-esque, feel-good story began circulating about New Yorkers coming together to scrub away anti-Semitic graffiti on a subway with hand sanitizer. Granted, the feel-goodness of it is arguably tempered by the fact ...and more »

Rise in anti-Semitism graffiti and hateful images across the country as New Yorkers fight back - CW39;

Rise in anti-Semitism graffiti and hateful images across the country as New Yorkers fight back - CW39

CW39Rise in anti-Semitism graffiti and hateful images across the country as New Yorkers fight backCW39From New York City to Houston's Rice University, vandals are creating symbols and messages of hate and anti-Semitism. In Chicago, a suspect was caught on surveillance footage shattering the glass windows of a synagogue and leaving behind these Nazi ...and more »

Erasing Hate: New Yorkers Come Together to Scrub Swastikas off the Subway - CBN News;

Erasing Hate: New Yorkers Come Together to Scrub Swastikas off the Subway - CBN News

CBN NewsErasing Hate: New Yorkers Come Together to Scrub Swastikas off the SubwayCBN NewsThe New York subway is bustling with life, lights, and people. All that seemed to come to a screeching halt this weekend when subway riders noticed something horrific -- swastika's etched all over the train's windows and advertisements. "The train was ...and more »

When New Yorkers found Nazi graffiti on a subway car, they sprang into action - LGBTQ Nation;

When New Yorkers found Nazi graffiti on a subway car, they sprang into action - LGBTQ Nation

LGBTQ NationWhen New Yorkers found Nazi graffiti on a subway car, they sprang into actionLGBTQ NationA subway train in Manhattan, on the Upper West Side, full of people sitting silently, in shock at what they are seeing: swastikas and anti-Semitic remarks scrawled across windows and advertisements. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads. Then, one man ...and more »

New Yorkers Are Taking It Upon Themselves To Scrub The Subway Of Swastikas - Patch.com;

New Yorkers Are Taking It Upon Themselves To Scrub The Subway Of Swastikas - Patch.com

Patch.comNew Yorkers Are Taking It Upon Themselves To Scrub The Subway Of SwastikasPatch.com"I've never seen so many people simultaneously reach into their bags and pockets looking for tissues and Purel." By Simone Wilson (Patch Staff) - February 6, 2017 4:38 pm ET. New Yorkers Are Taking It Upon Themselves To Scrub The Subway Of Swastikas.and more »

Why this Facebook post of New Yorkers removing anti-Semitic graffiti went viral. - Upworthy;

Why this Facebook post of New Yorkers removing anti-Semitic graffiti went viral. - Upworthy

UpworthyWhy this Facebook post of New Yorkers removing anti-Semitic graffiti went viral.UpworthyIt's easy to feel let down by the world, but don't give up all hope. Parker Molloy. Share this story. Tweet this story. Onboard a subway car, New York-based lawyer Gregory Locke and his fellow passengers stood in uncomfortable silence as they took in ...and more »

How to erase permanent-marker graffiti - Popular Science;

How to erase permanent-marker graffiti - Popular Science

Popular ScienceHow to erase permanent-marker graffitiPopular ScienceThis weekend, an anonymous passenger defaced a New York subway car with Nazi symbolism and scrawled hate speech, drawn in permanent marker. When other subway riders saw the marks, they erased the damage with a simple tool: hand sanitizer.and more »

Subway riders erase the hate - Minnesota Public Radio News (blog);

Subway riders erase the hate - Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)

Minnesota Public Radio News (blog)Subway riders erase the hateMinnesota Public Radio News (blog)What do you do if you get on a New York subway train and finding swastikas and hate messages scrawled everywhere? In a post on Facebook on Saturday, Gregory Locke, an attorney, said you look uncomfortably at each other, and then get to work. locke.and more »

New York commuters come together to fight hate, erasing swastikas from subway trains - Globalnews.ca;

New York commuters come together to fight hate, erasing swastikas from subway trains - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caNew York commuters come together to fight hate, erasing swastikas from subway trainsGlobalnews.caIn a Facebook post published Saturday, New York resident Gregory Locke said he boarded the subway in Manhattan only to find a swastika drawn on every advertisement and window in the subway car. Gregory Locke/Facebook ...and more »

New York Subway Commuters Scrub Swastikas Away Using Hand Sanitizer And Tissue - Huffington Post Canada;

New York Subway Commuters Scrub Swastikas Away Using Hand Sanitizer And Tissue - Huffington Post Canada

Huffington Post CanadaNew York Subway Commuters Scrub Swastikas Away Using Hand Sanitizer And TissueHuffington Post CanadaA group of New York City subway commuters joined forces over the weekend to scrub a subway car clean of anti-Semitic graffiti. Gregory Locke was one of the passengers on the train Saturday evening, and described his disbelief at finding swastikas and ...and more »

New Yorkers work together to scrub anti-Semitic graffiti from subway - CBS News;

New Yorkers work together to scrub anti-Semitic graffiti from subway - CBS News

CBS NewsNew Yorkers work together to scrub anti-Semitic graffiti from subwayCBS NewsWhen Jared Nied stepped onto a No. 1 train at Times Square Saturday night and spotted hate speech scribbled in permanent marker across the car, he couldn't just stand there and stare at it. Instead, the New Yorker found a way to erase it — and he had ...and more »

Passengers Band Together to Erase Swastikas, Hate-Filled Graffiti From New York Subway Car - KTLA;

Passengers Band Together to Erase Swastikas, Hate-Filled Graffiti From New York Subway Car - KTLA

KTLAPassengers Band Together to Erase Swastikas, Hate-Filled Graffiti From New York Subway CarKTLAGregory Locke was enjoying his Saturday night after dinner with friends in Manhattan when he boarded the No. 1 subway train at 50th Street to head uptown. Almost immediately, he knew something was up. A man removes hateful graffiti from a New York City ...and more »

Subway riders use unusual method to zap swastikas - USA TODAY;

Subway riders use unusual method to zap swastikas - USA TODAY

USA TODAYSubway riders use unusual method to zap swastikasUSA TODAY(NEWSER) – Houston made headlines first over the weekend, after a swastika was drawn in chalk on Rice University's statue of William Marsh Rice on Friday night. As CNN reports, it was the first of three such incidents to occur in different pockets of ...and more »

'We Will Not Let Hate Win': New Yorkers Erase Subway Swastikas With Hand Sanitizer - NDTV;

'We Will Not Let Hate Win': New Yorkers Erase Subway Swastikas With Hand Sanitizer - NDTV

NDTV'We Will Not Let Hate Win': New Yorkers Erase Subway Swastikas With Hand SanitizerNDTVOn the subway in a train car beneath Manhattan, the group of strangers stared at the windows and advertisements in silence. In black permanent marker, someone had drawn the kinds of anti-Semitic symbols and phrases that have been appearing across ...and more »

New Yorkers Fight Hate And Scrub Graffiti Off Subway - Immortal News;

New Yorkers Fight Hate And Scrub Graffiti Off Subway - Immortal News

Immortal NewsNew Yorkers Fight Hate And Scrub Graffiti Off SubwayImmortal NewsNew York City commuters on a subway car showed a united front against hate on Saturday, cleaning up the anti-Semitic graffiti and Nazi symbols defacing the walls. Gregory Locke, 27, related the story. An attorney from Harlem, Locke got on an uptown ...and more »

New Yorkers rally to clean up Nazi graffiti in subways - WHIO;

New Yorkers rally to clean up Nazi graffiti in subways - WHIO

WHIONew Yorkers rally to clean up Nazi graffiti in subwaysWHIOA story of New York City unity is spreading after a subway rider named Gregory Locke took to Facebook to describe seeing Nazi symbolism scrawled on subway windows Saturday night, and what the fellow commuters decided to do about it. “The train was ...and more »

Defying uncaring image, New York subway riders erase swastikas from car - Daily News & Analysis;

Defying uncaring image, New York subway riders erase swastikas from car - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisDefying uncaring image, New York subway riders erase swastikas from carDaily News & AnalysisThe tale of strangers aboard a New York subway car who teamed up this weekend to scrub away neo-Nazi graffiti went viral on Sunday, in an incident that highlighted a recent rise in hate and bias crimes reported around the country. Passengers said on ...and more »

New Yorkers Step In To Wipe Away Anti-Semitic Graffiti On Subway Car - CBS Local;

New Yorkers Step In To Wipe Away Anti-Semitic Graffiti On Subway Car - CBS Local

CBS LocalNew Yorkers Step In To Wipe Away Anti-Semitic Graffiti On Subway CarCBS LocalNEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Swastikas and messages of hate were scrawled in a subway train recently, but New York City commuters took quick action when they noticed. As CBS2's Erin Logan reported, a passenger refused to let the symbols of hate be ...and more »

New Yorkers team up to clean swastika-covered subway car - Fox News

New Yorkers team up to clean swastika-covered subway carFox NewsA group of New York City subway riders are going viral after they used hand sanitizer to erase racist graffiti from a train car. ADVERTISEMENT. In a Facebook post, rider Gregory Locke said that he got on the subway in Manhattan on Saturday night and ...and more »

Subway Riders Scrub Anti-Semitic Graffiti, as 'Decent Human Beings' - New York Times;

Subway Riders Scrub Anti-Semitic Graffiti, as 'Decent Human Beings' - New York Times

New York TimesSubway Riders Scrub Anti-Semitic Graffiti, as 'Decent Human Beings'New York TimesCommuters wiped away anti-Semitic graffiti they found on a No. 1 subway train on Saturday. “Within about two minutes, all the Nazi symbolism was gone,” one rider wrote on Facebook. Credit Gregory Locke. Returning home on Saturday night after a dinner ...and more »