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  1. Who knew that the City of Brotherly Love was a hot bed of White Supremacist activity?

    Frank Rizzo knew.
    Which is why he felt so comfortable dropping a satchel bomb on the roof of a residential building at 6221 Osage Avenue, headquarters of MOVE, on the evening of May 13, 1985.
    The building burned to the ground killing 11 people, 5 of them children, and Rizzo was seen as a hero for “taking swift and decisive action to end the long standoff.”

    Fast forward to last Saturday night where White Nationalists marched through downtown streets and it becomes quite apparent that Philly has a way to go when it comes to race relations.

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