Read and Watch: Black Woman Learns She's Not Wanted in One S.C. Neighborhood

Read and Watch: Black Woman Learns She's Not Wanted in One S.C. Neighborhood

Published February 11, 2008

Posted Oct. 29, 2007 – She thought a South Carolina home she purchased, built when much of the south was divided, was the perfect investment property, but Robin Rankins-White quickly learned she wasn't wanted.

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Just after 9 p.m. Thursday night, Rankins-White says she was greeted with racial slurs spray-painted on her red door in big and bold white letters. 

"I thought the south had changed, and I'm not convinced of that," an angry Rankins-White said, adding that this incident leaves a "bad taste" in her mouth.

"It makes me feel awful. Its makes me feel awful. It's very, very offensive," she says.

See what else Rankins-White had to say, what police are doing to catch the culprits; then tell us if something like this would keep you from buying in the South.

Written by BET-Staff

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