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WATCH: New Yorkers taunt racist lawyer Schlossberg with awesome Latino party out front of his home

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There’s a block party on the Upper West Side tonight.

New Yorkers have besieged the apartment building where racist lawyer bro Aaron Schlossberg lives. The attorney was captured delivering a racist rant against people speaking Spanish in a Manhattan coffee shop next to his office earlier this week, and has been forced out of his office space, had his previous misdeeds dredged up and been targeted for disbarment.

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Now, he’s finally getting that promised Mariachi serenade, as there’s a party outside his apartment complex.

Tweets and Facebook live video of the currently happening party show a peaceful if boisterous time, complete with chants of “Hablamos Español!”

Check out some party pics below.

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