A small Virginia farm in Centreville received an overwhelming response on Facebook after setting up a number of roadside signs condemning racism and divisive political rhetoric. Footage filmed on Tuesday captured the signs that read «Rise up against injustice», «Resist White Supremacy», «You belong, stay strong» and «OK but seriously WWJD?» Many have since praised the «Cox Farms» for taking a... Еще stand against racism, though not all the neighbours were happy about the move. Cox Farms shared on their account on Facebook that some «white people got defensive» about the messages on the signs, stressing that «dismantling white supremacy is our work as white people». The Facebook post explains the idea behind the signs as «messages of inclusion to provide assurance for those who might feel unsafe in a hostile climate.» One of the local residents Danny while passing by the farm decided to make a stop and take a picture to spread the word. He praised the business for taking a stand disregarding of what kind of financial impact it might make to the farm.