FLEMINGTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A sign in a store window stirred up racial tension in Flemington, New Jersey this week.

The sign in the window of Jimbo’s Deli on Main Street says “Celebrate your white heritage in March. White History Month,” as first reported by the Hunterdon County Democrat,  

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“The ‘white’ had a cross. It was a cross ‘t,’ which is used by the Ku Klux Klan as a symbol, right,” said Bhakti Curtis.

The “t” Curtis said originally looked like a cross has since been changed into a capital “T,” WCBS 880’s Alex Silverman reported Thursday.

Curtis, a bi-racial neighbor, said he couldn’t believe what he was seeing. He confronted the owner, Jim Boggess.

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“He didn’t have a clue why I was offended and then why other people would be upset about it neither,” he said.

WCBS 880 couldn’t reach Boggess for comment, but he told the Hunterdon County Democrat, “No matter what you are — Muslim, Jewish, black, white, gay, straight — you should be proud of what you are. I shouldn’t have to feel bad about being white. I just want to be included. Why is this such a big deal? I don’t get it.”

Curtis asked police to look into it but they decided nothing could or should be done.

“I’m never going to step foot back into that establishment, no,” he told Silverman Wednesday.

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However, the sign has been taken down and Boggess has apologized to Curtis, NJ.com reported Thursday.