Thursday night’s protest continued several local groups’ efforts to stop the planned construction of a $71 million new Durham police headquarters. The crowd also decried recent killings of black men by police nationwide.
Thursday night’s protest continued several local groups’ efforts to stop the planned construction of a $71 million new Durham police headquarters. The crowd also decried recent killings of black men by police nationwide. EVAN OWENS eowens@newsobserver.com
Thursday night’s protest continued several local groups’ efforts to stop the planned construction of a $71 million new Durham police headquarters. The crowd also decried recent killings of black men by police nationwide. EVAN OWENS eowens@newsobserver.com

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