On Monday, a viral video captured by a young woman walking her dog in Denver showed a white woman, also out with her dog, telling a Black man to leave the neighborhood.
“Have a nice day,” said the man.
“Get out of here,” snapped the woman.
“Let him walk!” said the younger woman with the cell phone.
A few seconds later, the older woman turned around, noticed she was being recorded, and froze.
“Oh, you’re having a problem with this?” she said.
“Yeah, just let this guy walk on the street!” the young woman replied. “He’s not bothering you.”
“C’mere,” said the other woman.
“I don’t want to come here!” she replied, after which she turned around and left.
It is unclear what led up to the incident.
A girl walking her dog in Denver records a woman harassing a young black man who is simply walking down the street — saying, “get out of here".
Come on, man…pic.twitter.com/7Zi3XldkPn
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) July 6, 2020
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