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NEWS BRIEF: Anti-racist artists vandalize controversial Kennesaw store sign
Indecline, an arts collective consisting of “full-time rebels and activists,” is claiming credit in a press release for vandalizing Wildman’s Civil War Surplus, a shop on Main Street in Kennesaw owned by the “infamous” Dent Myers. Indecline says they “created a large-scale art installation in protest of the store and it’s (sic) racist owner” that included the message “Respect Existence or Expect Resistance.”
In 2007, Dent was featured in a Creative Loafing profile, "Dent Myers, 'Racist Bigot Honky Redneck'"