Protesters topple Confederate monument in Durham 

A protest in downtown Durham on Monday night left a statue of a Confederate soldier erected nearly a century ago […]

A protest in downtown Durham on Monday night left a statue of a Confederate soldier erected nearly a century ago crumpled on the ground. Sheriff’s deputies recorded the event but did not intervene. The statue did a somersault, collapsing against the stone pedestal in front of the old county courthouse. Monday’s rally, Durham’s second in two days, was in response to racist violence that flared Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia. Read more.

 

Glenn Burkins
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