Video: Activists gathered at the Durham Co-op Market for a debriefing session after hundreds of protesters marched in downtown Durham in response to rumors of a possible KKK rally at noon, on Friday, Aug. 18.
Patrick Kinas, radio voice of the Durham Bulls, brings Triple A game against Yankees' top farm team, Scranton-Wilkes Barre, to live from Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, in Durham, N.C.
Takiyah Thompson, a member of Workers World Party and student at N.C. Central University is arrested after activists held a press conference at NC Central University Tuesday afternoon, August 15, 2017. In a release Thompson said she was the one who tied a rope around the soldier’s neck so that others could pull the statue to the ground.
Takiya Fatima Thompson was arrested by the Durham County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, in connection with the removal and vandalism of a Confederate statue. The charges include felony participation in a riot with property damage in excess of $1,500 and felony inciting others to riot where there is property damage in excess of $1,500.
Video: A ladder and tow strap were used to swiftly pull a Confederate statue to the ground during an ‘Emergency Durham Protest’ at the old Durham County Courthouse in response to the violent protests Saturday in Charlottesville, on Monday, Aug. 14.
A few hundred demonstrators gathered Sunday at the Silent Sam statue, a memorial to Confederate soldiers, on the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill campus violent clashes between white supremacists and counter protesters in Charlottesville, Va. turned deadly on Saturday.