Nancy was born in Sacramento. As she grew into a young woman, she and her siblings began traveling to places like Yosemite as the Johnson Sisters. “We were dancers,” Nancy said. “We did everything from tap to modern dance.”. World War II found Nancy living in the East Bay because her husband worked in the shipyards. “We only had one car, so my boys and I were pretty much housebound,” she said. “I did have a big baby buggy that I packed with two kids and groceries. The older two boys had to hang onto the sides–that’s how we traveled.”.
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Police are not classifying the incident as a hate crime, however, and said the message repeated dialogue that an actor said in the popular television show, “The Office.”. “It was a line said by the star of the series to one of his employees during season 6 episode 25,” Alameda police Lt. Hoshmand Durani said via e-mail. “It’s readily available on YouTube. Our case is closed and there’s no further police follow-up.”. The graffiti left at Edison follows racist tags being spray-painted at five locations at the school last November and a Jewish student at Alameda High School recently received a series of anti-Semitic text messages from a classmate.
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