UNC-Chapel Hill police and Orange County Sheriff's deputies protect “Silent Sam” at UNC- Chapel Hill on August 22, 2017. About 400 protesters surrounded the controversial statue for several hours as the students shouted “Tear it down.”
UNC-Chapel Hill police and Orange County Sheriff's deputies protect “Silent Sam” at UNC- Chapel Hill on August 22, 2017. About 400 protesters surrounded the controversial statue for several hours as the students shouted “Tear it down.” Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
UNC-Chapel Hill police and Orange County Sheriff's deputies protect “Silent Sam” at UNC- Chapel Hill on August 22, 2017. About 400 protesters surrounded the controversial statue for several hours as the students shouted “Tear it down.” Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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