She and her daughter have been harassed as a result, she said Wednesday.
"It was a private message to one kindergarten teacher," Raheja said. "She did not ask me if she could circulate it to others or circulate it to the principal. I don't think she was ill-intentioned."
Raheja, a UC Riverside instructor, said she has contacted the Claremont Police Department and the UC Riverside police because of the hateful phone calls and e-mails.
On Wednesday, she said she had received more than 250 "hateful and intimidating" e-mails.
"They go from being anxious about political correctness to calling me (an epithet). They don't know my daughter's name, but they've said hateful and disgusting things about my daughter."
Below: If there's a hell, I suspect it's reserved for people who tell little girls to "go to hell." And not for the little girls themselves.
i am not critisizing your blog entry thing. this comment is purely about the photo at the bottom. it says "the hatred of racism... is the darkest of all evils" so the picture is saying that those who hate racism are evil. i dont think that is quite the message u were trying to portray with this picture...
No, it's saying the hatred inherent in racism is the darkest of all evils. But I can see how you could read it the other way. Good point...it's not perfectly clear.
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