Neighbors rally at Alamo Square for Black San Francisco man Terry Williams, who was targeted with racist dolls at his doorstep

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) —Neighbors in San Francisco rallied Saturday in support of a man who says he’s received not one, but two racist deliveries on his doorstep.

We’ve followed this story since the beginning here at ABC7.

People gathered in Alamo Square Saturday to show their love for Terry Williams.

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He’s lived in the area for years.

But last month, he told us he found a doll with a noose around its neck at his door, along with a piece of paper covered in so many slurs, we couldn’t show it on TV or web.

EXCLUSIVE: Black San Francisco man finds doll with noose around neck at his home

A San Francisco man is livid after finding a doll with a noose around it’s neck among other things on the doorstep of his Alamo Square home.

Last weekend, Williams found another racist package with threatening language.

Williams says he’s worried about safety but seeing so many friends have his back means a lot.

RELATED: Repeat Racism: Black SF man who found doll with noose around its neck is targeted again

A Black San Francisco man who was targeted with a doll that had a noose around its neck in April was targeted again on Sunday with another doll.

“It’s hope in the neighborhood. I’m really happy,” he said.

San Francisco police say they’re investigating both incidents.

Williams and his neighbors are building a network of security cameras to help keep a closer eye on their area.

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