Prince Street residents say they and their neighbors pride themselves on their collective quirkiness. Early Tuesday night, the neighborhood’s collective mood was that of shock. Someone had used children’s sidewalk chalk to scrawl racist symbols on the street itself.
Protesters assembled quickly in downtown Durham after rumors spread on social media that white supremacists planned to march there. Some came armed with more than signs or drums. Warning: Foul language.
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Protesters march in Durham after rumors of KKK rally
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