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This undated photo provided by Kelsey Bardwell shows a racially charged billboard in Harrison, Ark. Two such billboard signs have been removed at the request of the north Arkansas property owner. Carrie Myers says that when she leased the billboards three years ago she didn't imagine they would have messages such as "Diversity is a code word for white genocide." The signs were taken down after Attorney Cathy Golden and colleague Kelsey Bardwell found the permits for the signage had expired. (Photo Courtesy Kelsey Bardwell via AP)

This undated photo provided by Kelsey Bardwell shows a racially charged billboard in Harrison, Ark. Two such billboard signs have been removed at the request of the north Arkansas property owner. Carrie Myers says that when she leased the billboards three years ago she didn't imagine they would have messages such as "Diversity is a code word for white genocide." The signs were taken down after Attorney Cathy Golden and colleague Kelsey Bardwell found the permits for the signage had expired. (Photo Courtesy Kelsey Bardwell via AP)

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