Khalif Ruebin of Durham stopped to take some smartphone photos of seven porta-potties labeled White, Colored, Men, Ladies, Trans, Democrats and Republicans Wednesday, April 6, 2016 before attending an HB2 protest next door at the Bull City Cool Food Hub at 902 North Mangum Street, Durham, NC highlighting the changing history of social policy and bathroom norms. About 50 Durham area residents attended the protest session inside of the Hub.
Khalif Ruebin of Durham stopped to take some smartphone photos of seven porta-potties labeled White, Colored, Men, Ladies, Trans, Democrats and Republicans Wednesday, April 6, 2016 before attending an HB2 protest next door at the Bull City Cool Food Hub at 902 North Mangum Street, Durham, NC highlighting the changing history of social policy and bathroom norms. About 50 Durham area residents attended the protest session inside of the Hub. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Khalif Ruebin of Durham stopped to take some smartphone photos of seven porta-potties labeled White, Colored, Men, Ladies, Trans, Democrats and Republicans Wednesday, April 6, 2016 before attending an HB2 protest next door at the Bull City Cool Food Hub at 902 North Mangum Street, Durham, NC highlighting the changing history of social policy and bathroom norms. About 50 Durham area residents attended the protest session inside of the Hub. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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