Letters to the Editor
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To the editor: I am writing in response to the editorial from August 19 titled “We’re not racists.” This column admonished the growing number of residents and town officials … more
To the editor: The Barrington Cemetery Commission feels that it is imperative to clarify some things about the cemetery’s monument dedicated to slaves who lived in … more
To the editor: The writer of the August 19th editorial makes several claims without providing supporting evidence. One claim is that 98 percent of us do not condone racism, especially if it is … more
To the editor: I was appalled by a picture on page 2 of the Providence Journal of Aug. 12, showing our town manager and one of our town council members (complete with what appears to be a 35mm … more
To the editor: I just got out of the hospital after four days and three nights in the ICU. I opened my phone to videos and news of people protesting their right to get their hair cut and nails … more
To the editor: In regards to the alleged racially provoked assault on Mr. Pahlavi that have resulted in charges against Richard Gordon, Ms. Pahlavi stipulated that her family had been previously … more
To the editor: The recent hate crime that occurred in our town has put Barrington in a negative spotlight. This follows many past instances of bias, hatred, and discrimination which have gone on … more
To the editor: Here at Tap-In our list of people to thank is always a long one. It’s no surprise that during this extraordinary year it is a record-breaker. Two special local donors have … more
To the editor: I was unaware of the monument to slaves in Barrington and was glad to learn of it, its history, and of the concern over offensive language. I applaud the action taken by the town … more
To the editor: The Barrington Times editorial “We’re Not Racists” is yet another attempt to silence and minimize the voices and experiences of people of color who actually do … more
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