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Tammy Marie and Terry Jo Took a Stand Against Racist County Officials, and Won!
Trademark Fine Art Little Girl and Teddy by Clarence Stewart, 14x19 Fine Art, Multicolor Shortly after Donald Trump was elected President, Pamela Taylor Ramsey, a Clay County, West Virginia official made a disturbing Facebook post. She said, “It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House. I’m tired of seeing an Ape in Heels.” Not long after, Clay mayor Beverly Whaling endorsed the post.
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When Clay County residents, Tammy Marie Rose and Terry Jo Stone, saw this exchange, they were outraged. They started a Care2 petition demanding both government officials be fired for the racist comment.
Within just a few days, their Care2 petition gathered more than 160,000 signatures and attracted national media coverage. Four days later, Ramsey had been removed from her post, Whaling resigned, and local political parties publicly announced renewed efforts to oppose racism.