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‘Little Manila’ Community Center Vandalized During Filipino American History Month

The Stockton Police Department in California said Wednesday it was investigating who might have vandalized a community center during Filipino American History Month.

Police responding to the Little Manila Center Monday night in downtown Stockton, a city of roughly 307,000 in California, found posters torn down and graffiti scrawled on a window, officer Joe Silva told NBC News.

The words, some of them misspelled, included “you,” “prop,” “whittie,” “brain,” “washed,” and “biggots,” Silva said.

Dillon Delvo, the executive director of the Little Manila Foundation, told NBC News their initial reaction was that it might’ve been a hate crime.


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