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A farm in Virginia has faced a backlash for displaying a roadside sign that urged passersby to "resist white supremacy". The team at family-owned Cox Farms in Centreville, Virginia, said they used their signs to promote “messages of inclusion” about Black Lives Matter, immigration and other social issues. Cox Farms had been wrongly denounced as having created ”a thinly-veiled attack declaring all Trump supporters white supremacists”, a representative said.
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