Qasima Wideman, right, speaks through a megaphone to a group of protesters gathered gathered the site of the new police headquarters, still under construction, after they toppled a Confederate soldier statue at the old Durham County Courthouse during an 'Emergency Durham Protest' in response to the violent protests Saturday in Charlottesville, on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, in Durham, NC.
Qasima Wideman, right, speaks through a megaphone to a group of protesters gathered gathered the site of the new police headquarters, still under construction, after they toppled a Confederate soldier statue at the old Durham County Courthouse during an 'Emergency Durham Protest' in response to the violent protests Saturday in Charlottesville, on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, in Durham, NC. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Qasima Wideman, right, speaks through a megaphone to a group of protesters gathered gathered the site of the new police headquarters, still under construction, after they toppled a Confederate soldier statue at the old Durham County Courthouse during an 'Emergency Durham Protest' in response to the violent protests Saturday in Charlottesville, on Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, in Durham, NC. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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