Not in Tredyffrin, Not in Chester County

On March 25, Tredyffrin police were notified of antisemitic graffiti on a retail establishment at Gateway Shopping Center and on Valley Forge Road.

The following day, police were dispatched to Valley Forge Middle after a citizen discovered racially insensitive graffiti on multiple signs including racial slurs and anti-Semitic symbols at Valley Forge Middle School.

Subsequently, more symbols were found at Jenkins Arboretum, Forge Mountain, the intersection of Walker and Thomas roads, and behind Gateway Shopping Center.

The Tredyffrin supervisors on May 23 passed a resolution condemning anti-semitism and all other forms of hate.

The Tredyffrin Township Police Department issued a statement condemning all forms of racially motivated crime. Police encourage anyone with information related to these incidents to contact the Tredyffrin Township Police Department Detective Division at 610-644-3221.

Your local Democratic Party stands against hate and racism and anti-Semitism.

A rally against antisemitism is scheduled at 2 p.m. Sunday, June 4, at the Forge Mountain development, 37 Flintlock Lane, Chesterbrook.

An anti-hate sign will be placed at the same location at Forge Mountain where a swastika was discovered on April 20.

Information in this post comes from Patch.

Author: TTDem Committee

Share This Post On
Tredyffrin Township Democratic Committee
PO Box 251
Paoli, PA 19301


Subscribe to our Email List:

Pin It on Pinterest