The black front of the house

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The black door of the front porch is visible from the outside.

(CBC) The door of a Mississauga home has been painted black with a blue stripe on the inside.

The door is visible through the open door from the inside, which is also painted black.

The colour of the paint, the pattern on the door, and the door itself are all reflective.

The house is located at a corner of Bloor Street West and Spadina Avenue in Mississauga, Ontario.

A black front is visible to the left and to the right of the driveway.

On Wednesday, a Mississaugas homeowner said he painted the door black in protest against what he sees as racist behaviour by Toronto police officers.

The homeowner, who did not want to be identified, said he did it because of the colour of police vehicles.

The homeowners front door is painted black, as is the driveway to the front.

In a video posted on Facebook, the homeowner says he painted his front door black because he sees “black faces, and they just don’t come to me anymore.

I don’t know what’s going on with this city.”

The neighbour says the homeowner has been a member of the community for about three years, and is not opposed to black people in the city.

The neighbour says she does not support racism, but does not want the police to harass the community.