Raleigh / Lena

A white woman in Raleigh, N.C. called a black woman the n-word & said she would do it again because she felt “forced” into using the racial slur bc she thought the black woman was being too loud at a restaurant. Good night y’all. via (h/t Lena) @WRAL  @WRALLena 

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