The brave Heroes marched on through the night, tireless in their efforts to stop the racism. They approached
Eleven store. Perhaps this is the source of the racism? The door was locked. windows boarded up. A vain atlempt to keep the racism safe inside Cur Heroes pried off the plywood sheets and smashed the windows. It was the only way to get to the racism. Once inside the search began. The liquor section? No racism here only liquor. Better take few bottles, it will give us strength to continue our search Behind the counter were the cigarettes. They could be racist cigarettes. We can't know for sure, but we'll take them so th n't do any more harm to women and PoC in our community. N ere does a 7 Eleven store keep its valuables what it holds most dear - money and racism?
The cash register. The racism must be in the cash ragister. Our heroes take the cash register out onto the street and smash it on the ground The till spills out and the search begins. The money will have to be collected and contained, or it might blow around the streets and litter our fine community
dearly. Desperately pulling out the money. every last coin, to see if the racism is hidden underneath But isn't here.
Our heroes didn't find the racism in the 7 Eleven, but the search continues. Perhaps the racism is in the
Walmart up the street? There's only one way to find out