CHERRY HILL, N.J. --For the second time in two weeks, a banner that said "Black Lives Matter" was torn down and stolen from in front of a New Jersey church, reports CBS Philly.
The Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill, N.J., said on its Facebook page that it has filed a police report after the banners, which advertised an upcoming community discussion, went missing.
"We believe that there's a strong need for having this kind of conversation," Rohn Hein, the church's lay leader for social responsibility, said in an interview with CBS Philly. " Ripping down signs does nothing but try to stop the conversation."
The second incident occurred on Sunday, but yet another sign has been installed by the church, according to a post on its Facebook page.