The Confederate statue in front of the old Durham County courthouse was toppled by protesters on Aug. 14. Its remains are now in a county warehouse. The leader of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People supports what the protesters did.
The Confederate statue in front of the old Durham County courthouse was toppled by protesters on Aug. 14. Its remains are now in a county warehouse. The leader of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People supports what the protesters did. Virginia Bridges vbridges@heraldsun.com
The Confederate statue in front of the old Durham County courthouse was toppled by protesters on Aug. 14. Its remains are now in a county warehouse. The leader of the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People supports what the protesters did. Virginia Bridges vbridges@heraldsun.com

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