The sign along busy 38th Street amid a typically lower-income neighborhood on the city's east side has drawn varied reactions.
Joyce Hise, the president of nearby Discount Casket Sales, said the sign delivered an important message.
"It is disturbing, however, it's a part of history," said Hise, who is black. "It's a part of history that we have to remember."
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