Jordan Avery makes his way through 829 Boston St., in Lynn, where he hopes to open a marijuana shop, after it was struck by vandals who left the space trashed, and spray-painted anti-Semitic and racist symbolism on walls and surfaces.
(Spenser R. Hasak)
LYNN — Jordan Avery was shocked when he saw his proposed recreational marijuana store covered in anti-Semitic and racist graffiti and symbolism on Monday afternoon. Avery, an African American who…
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