A huge crowd gathered Sunday morning in Adam Yauch Park on Brooklyn Heights to denounce another Trump-related incident of intolerance.
State Sen. Daniel Squadron was joined by Beastie Boys member Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz, officials and religious leaders to make a statement against the swastikas and "Go Trump" graffiti that recently appeared in the park.
“Hatred has no place in our backyard, no place in our city, and no place in our country,” Squadron said.
"Spray painting swastika's in a children's playground is a messed-up thing to do," said Ad-Rock. See Kimberly Logan's video of Ad-Rock's speech to the crowd above.
|Photo courtesy of Sen. Squadron's Office|
I'm proud to see the outpouring of #peace and #diversity at the rally standing up to acts of hate in #BrooklynHeights' #AdamYauch Park. pic.twitter.com/mSJDCkA3eD— Eric Adams (@BPEricAdams) November 20, 2016
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