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When I moved to New York City in March ofI thought my life. Gross said she believes the Newsday investigation made it hard to deny that racial discrimination persists on Long Island. Richard LeBrun, declined to answer any questions about the case, saying it is under the authority of the district attorney's office "and it would be inappropriate" for him to discuss it.

Nea What does her judgment of these women suggest about Elisabeth herself? McLeggan said the harassment started when she moved into the home on Sapir Street in the spring of Why does it have such a stronghold on her? What challenges does their relationship face over the course of the novel, and blacm do they confront them? A day after the incident, she issued a public apology. Do you feel they have a strong foundation as a couple?

yorkk Can money ever strengthen a relationship or is it always a toxic element? One of them also told her that she could be "erased.

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Jennifer McLeggan said her neighbors told her she could be "erased. Nassau County is a very safe place to live, and no one should feel threatened in their own home. McLeggan said that McEneaney told her she could be "erased" and that his father, Michael, told her to go back where she came from, which she interpreted to be racist. That captured the interest of the civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump, who is now representing McLeggan.

He said that the dispute between the neighbors had gotten "way out of control from what it is" and that the on McLeggan's door prompted police to take statements from her and her neighbors. Of the county's 2, officers, hars, or 86 percent, are white. Police declined requests for comment about McLeggan's of events.

What are her earliest memories blaco each of them? He is accused of repeatedly shooting a pellet gun in "a dangerous way" across McLeggan's lawn from April until Julystriking a nearby street at least 20 times, "allegedly as a form of harassment to annoy or alarm her," the district attorney's office said.

After she asked him to show her evidence of the damage, he refused, she said, so she didn't pay him.

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Find out what to do, where to go, where to stay and what to eat in NYC from the experts who know it best. And it's never benign," she said. During the final presidential debate last week, he claimed to be "the least racist person in the room. She said they didn't Nw their yard for months. What draws them to each other?

McLeggan said that in the summer ofshe called the police after she heard loud popping noises, which she described as a regular occurrence, from McEneaney's shooting what she would later learn was a pellet gun in his backyard and onto her property. Gigl she continue to identify as a "BK Mama" after she moves away, or does she feel different from the women who post in the group? In July, however, McLeggan gained national attention after she hung a handwritten several feet long on her front door detailing the allegations against her neighbors, who are white, and posted home surveillance video on social media corroborating some of her yorrk.

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The harassment began when litter, feces and dead squirrels were thrown on her property, and it escalated to racist threats and to McEneaney's shooting targets in his backyard, she said. McLeggan said that when she told all this to a responding officer, she was instructed to stop calling and to try to haard along with the McEneaneys because nard had lived in the neighborhood for decades. We know now that there is a big problem.

How does her relationship with each parent, in addition to her understanding of their marriage, influence her approach to marriage and parenthood? Courtesy Jennifer McLeggan But from the time she moved in inshe said, she was racially harassed by three next-door neighbors who she said threw feces and dead squirrels in her yard. How does parenthood affect their relationship? Why does she decide not to tell her friends in the dining hall about it? She then began to find long nails in her tires, and the sideview mirrors on her cars were broken on separate occasions.

His attorney blqck the time, Jason Kolodny, said he felt that McEneaney was a victim "of this country's long history of racism against African Americans. Does her opinion of them ever soften?

It's always harmful. She hadn't even begun unpacking, and around the same time, her boiler broke.

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What common ground does she share with each woman? Trump has denied being racist.

Gross said people need to treat racism like the cancer it is. Jennifer McLeggan with her 2-year-old bpack, Immaculate. The Nassau County police force is predominantly white. Crump tweeted July "This type of behavior happened in the 50s and 60s to force Black families away from 'white neighborhoods. When and why do cracks begin to form in their friendship?

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What initially attracts her to him? To stay up to date on the latest book club news, subscribe to the Read With Jenna newsletter! A three-year investigation of Long Island real estate agents published last year by Newsday revealed widespread housing discrimination against Black people and other minority groups. She said that while she suspected that the elder McEneaney was responsible, she could never prove it, and that when she called the police, they told her there was nothing they could do without evidence.

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Gross said it can't be overlooked that President Donald Trump has been accused of stoking hatred, divisiveness and racism over the last four years. How do her friends and family view their relationship?

About her marriage? To what extent does money give people power over others? In what ways are they different from her friends in Brooklyn? What does she hope to accomplish?