GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - The women whose home was vandalized with racist language, is looking to build a better Grand Valley.
Donna King is forming the Anti-Bias Coalition of the Western Slope and the group has its first meeting this week.
After her story aired, King says people have been reaching out to her ever since— sharing the stories of racist incidents that have happened to them, but also reaching out to help with coalition.
"It doesn't matter if you're democrat or republican, an independent or whatever. We're all the same, all lives matter, we're all individuals, we all have the same DNA. We are the same," said King.
She says over 200 people have reached out to help, share there occurrences of racism in the Valley, or to help with the coalition.
Representatives from the NCAAP will be in attendance of the meeting.
Here are the Details:
Inaugural Meeting: Tuesday, June 6th
7:00 p.m. @ Spy Glass Ridge Community Center 2694 Lookout Lane, Grand Junction, CO