Stickers with hate messages that originally appeared in College Point, Whitestone, and Flushing in August have spread to Little Neck and Douglaston in the last few weeks, community leader and anti-graffiti activist Tony Avella said.
The stickers are sponsored by the National Alliance, a group dedicated to an Aryan nation whose founder reportedly inspired the Oklahoma City bombing and the August shooting at a Jewish day care center in Los Angeles.
Avella, who has not seen a resurgence of the stickers in College Point, Whitestone or Flushing, said he found a few of the stickers on Northern Boulevard between Marathon Parkway and Little Neck Parkway, and more along Little Neck Parkway last week.
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