Racist letter put in white grandmother’s mailbox attacking bi-racial grandkids

A Kansas grandmother was shaken up after an anonymous racist note was left in her mailbox– saying ‘this neighborhood doesn’t need any blacks in it.’

Nancy Wirths, of Wichita, is white but the hate-filled note was aimed at her biracial grandkids. She has nine, six of whom are black.

The anonymous handwritten letter has left her shaken up and she’s stopped the kids from playing outside.

Nancy Wirths was shaken up after an anonymous racist note was left in her mailbox attacking her biracial grandkids (pictured)   The anonymous handwritten letter has left her shaken up and she’s stopped the kids from playing outside

‘I look over my shoulder. I watch,’ she told KSN. ‘I hope this never happens to anyone else.’

The note, addressed to simply ‘residents,’ said: ‘We have noticed that there are some black children at your residence.

‘Maybe you are running a daycare or these are your children. In either case, we have put our house for sale. This neighborhood does not need any blacks in it.’

It also adds that there is a reason for the saying “the other side of the tracks” and that is where ‘these people’ belong.

THE RACIST NOTE IN FULL

Residents,

My wife and I have lived in this area for many a year. We have noticed that there are some black children at your residence. Maybe you are running a daycare or these are your children. In either case, we have put our house for sale.

This neighborhood does not need any blacks in it. There is a reason for the saying, “the other side of the tracks.” That is where these people belong.

You have done a great disrespect in this neighborhood by not thinking of your neighbors.

It also tells Wirths that by having her biracial grandkids at her home, she has disrespected her neighbors.

Wirths added that she and the children’s parents are trying to raise them to ‘lvoe everybody.

‘It doesn’t matter if they’re brown, purple,’ she said.

‘It’s just a shame that they have taken the innocence away from the children.

Police in Wichita are investigating the letter and say the author could face disorderly conduct charges, according to the local station.

Wirths (pictured with two of her grandkids) has nine grandchildren and six of them are black

Source: The DailyMail

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