Grand Rapids bookstore demands Betsy DeVos' resignation via window display

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A bookstore in Grand Rapids, the hometown of U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, had a few words for controversial political figure. Books and Mortar, located in a bustling retail district in the city, decorated their storefront with a message for the Secretary of Education. In short: resign.


The open letter was up on a store window earlier this month, but has since been replaced by this lovely rainbow-rific design welcoming spring.




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