Maplewood Towns

After Racial Incidents, Maplewood Leaders Promise Not to ‘Shy Away From Uncomfortable Issues’

Maplewood elected leaders had a broad ranging discussion at their regular Township Committee meeting last week addressing racial incidents that have rocked the community in recent weeks and months.

The conversation, placed on the agenda by Deputy Mayor Nancy Adams, didn’t just cover the mock slave auction and slave . . .

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