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Two Viral Videos Bring Renewed Outrage Over Racism

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By    |   Monday, 15 October 2018 08:46 PM

Two recent viral videos, including one where a woman wrongfully accused a 9-year-old black boy of sexually assaulting her at a deli, have become the latest focus of outrage of alleged racism and highlight a trend of white people being held accountable for their actions after recordings show the black person has done nothing wrong, reports NBC News.

The first incident happened last Wednesday at a New York deli when Teresa Klein loudly accused a boy of grabbing her behind.

"I was just sexually assaulted by a child!" Klein told police on video footage captured by Jason Littlejohn. Police never arrived, but both parties the following day returned to the bodega to view surveillance video, which clearly showed the boy's hands in plain sight. Klein apologized, telling the boy, "I was wrong."

A white woman Friday blocked a black man from entering his apartment building, an encounter the man videotaped on his phone.

"Do you live here?" the woman says in a video later posted to Facebook, asking Toles to state his apartment number. "I'm uncomfortable."

"You can be uncomfortable," Toles says, declining to name his apartment. "That's your discretion. You're uncomfortable because you're you."

The woman was fired from her job.

"I just hope America realizes that this is a problem and we have to fix it," Littlejohn said.

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Viral videos recently have kicked up outrage over racism, including one where a woman wrongfully accused a 9-year-old black boy of sexually assaulting her at a deli, according to NBC News.
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