The billboard on Interstate 5 that celebrates diversity in America’s future was the first such billboard in the country to be erected on federal land.

The message, which has since been taken down, reads: “Welcome to America.

Welcome to the future.”

The billboard was erected by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a watchdog group, and the National Diversity Coalition, which represents more than 10,000 people.

The billboard also features a quote from the movie “The Matrix” in English and Arabic, in the message, “Welcome back to the Future.”

The slogan is a reference to the computer-generated movie that is the inspiration for the billboard, which was created by the SPLC.

The SPLC says the billboard “furthers a larger agenda by promoting a hostile, anti-white, and anti-male worldview.”

The group has been working to take down other similar billboards in the region, including one on a freeway in Virginia.

The billboard on I-95 near the Texas-Louisiana border in Dallas.

The center says it is “receiving numerous hate mail, threats, and death threats.”

(Texas Department of Transportation) The billboard in Virginia on Interstate 45 in Charlottesville, Va.

(Twitter/The National Diversity Alliance) The SPLC and the other groups say the billboard’s message is “anti-Muslim and anti -immigrant.”

It features a photograph of a woman wearing a hijab, or headscarf, in a field with the words, “Allahu Akbar.”

The SPLA says the image “demonstrates that Muslim women are more than their veil.

They are women of every color, creed, and creed, of every religion and of every sexual orientation.”

The center said the billboard is an example of the kind of hateful rhetoric that is increasingly used to silence minority groups in the United States.

“The message is that Islam is incompatible with our American way of life,” said Mina Al-Amin, the director of the Southern Pacific Alliance for Community Empowerment, which spearheaded the billboard.

“It also sends a message that Islam will always be a threat, regardless of who or what it’s trying to bring into America.”

The National Diversity Center also has a campaign against billboards on federal lands that use a different message, such as one that says “Trump is the Antichrist.”

The organization says the campaign is “designed to put an end to this kind of blatant bigotry.”

The Southern Poverty Laws Center said it is working to have the billboard taken down.

The National Multicultural Coalition said in a statement that the billboard violates the First Amendment and that it “is an attack on the very fabric of our country and democracy.”