In Everett, hateful signs of the times

People are distributing fliers, some pasted on yard signs, promoting a neo-Nazi group.

A passerby in the north Everett neighborhood of Wetmore Avenue and 10th Street recently saw two people posting fliers from the Texas-based white supremacist group Patriot Front on tri-colored yard signs that welcome support for diversity. Similar fliers were found on the Everett Community College campus. (Photo by Megan Burger)

A passerby in the north Everett neighborhood of Wetmore Avenue and 10th Street recently saw two people posting fliers from the Texas-based white supremacist group Patriot Front on tri-colored yard signs that welcome support for diversity. Similar fliers were found on the Everett Community College campus. (Photo by Megan Burger)

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