Halloween display in Williamsbridge taken down after residents complain

A Halloween display in a Williamsbridge co-op building was taken down after residents complained it was offensive.



Board members of the Lindville co-op building decided to take down the Halloween scene, after some tenants complained about a figure hung from a tree by a noose.



Some tenants News 12 spoke with say the figure is offensive and a terrible reminder of the times of slavery and lynching.



Others News 12 spoke with say people are overreacting since Halloween is traditionally filled with gory decorations. 


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