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The Bullet Cab building is in the 2000 block of State Road. The graffiti on the door was digitally altered in this photo to obscure spray-painted racial slur.

Several La Crosse organizations plan to rally at the Bullet Cab company at 9 a.m. Friday after a racial slur was spray-painted on the local business.

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The organizations hosting the public event — One Community One Family — Hate Has No Business Here — are La Crosse Interfaith Shoulder to Shoulder Network, La Crosse Area Showing Up For Racial Justice and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Campus Climate. In addition to these organizations, a variety of local officials and university groups have been invited.

The Facebook event states that “this is a peaceful rally and show of community support. The hate crime did occur but with this event, we are showing the community response and unity.” A GoFundMe Link to support the Bullet Cab company surpassed its $1,000 goal.

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All that free advertising for Bullet . That"s what you need.?


No, what we need is to rip the hoods off the racist cowards.


Correct . I bet they had their MAGA hats on.!!!

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