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  • See smiles and hear laughter at 'Black August in the Park' after a tense week in Durham

    After a turbulent week of race relations in Durham, including the removal of a Confederate statue by activists and rumors of a KKK rally drawing hundreds to the streets, an annual 'Black August in the Park' celebration Sunday was a pleasant release.

After a turbulent week of race relations in Durham, including the removal of a Confederate statue by activists and rumors of a KKK rally drawing hundreds to the streets, an annual 'Black August in the Park' celebration Sunday was a pleasant release. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
After a turbulent week of race relations in Durham, including the removal of a Confederate statue by activists and rumors of a KKK rally drawing hundreds to the streets, an annual 'Black August in the Park' celebration Sunday was a pleasant release. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

After a turbulent week for race relations, a reset at ‘Black August in the Park’ in Durham

August 20, 2017 9:26 PM