Buss says she received the letter on Monday and was hesitant to share it but decided it was important to let people know that hate is still real and exists.
Her caption read in part:
"On this Juneteenth I ask my white friends to join together, acknowledge the racism that exists in our country, and pledge to stop ignoring it. We all must do better."
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