Annapolis meeting to discuss concerns about hate mail

November 25, 2003

Annapolis residents can voice their concerns about hate mail at a meeting tonight at City Hall.

The city's Human Relations Commission has been investigating hate literature since racist leaflets were distributed in early September. The commission -- a volunteer group with no regulatory power -- discovered that the leaflets were printed by the National Alliance, the country's largest neo-Nazi group.

Residents can discuss their concerns with the commission and offer suggestions on how to respond to future incidents at the 5:45 p.m. meeting at 160 Duke of Gloucester St.

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