A man points his finger at a yellow billboard with black writing in Vietnamese and English


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In southwest Houston, a Vietnamese American businessman received death threats and a boycott when he put up a bilingual Black Lives Matter billboard.

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Nguyen Le stands in front of the Black Lives Matter sign he erected in southwest Houston.


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