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  • He stood on a Raleigh corner to spread a positive message

    Raleigh resident Wade Horne, 35, stood in downtown Raleigh at the corner of Hargett and South Salisbury streets Wednesday afternoon with a sign that says "Love Thy Neighbor." He said he made his sign that morning and hoped he could spread positivity as a way to promote dialogue between those with different opinions.

Raleigh resident Wade Horne, 35, stood in downtown Raleigh at the corner of Hargett and South Salisbury streets Wednesday afternoon with a sign that says "Love Thy Neighbor." He said he made his sign that morning and hoped he could spread positivity as a way to promote dialogue between those with different opinions. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com
Raleigh resident Wade Horne, 35, stood in downtown Raleigh at the corner of Hargett and South Salisbury streets Wednesday afternoon with a sign that says "Love Thy Neighbor." He said he made his sign that morning and hoped he could spread positivity as a way to promote dialogue between those with different opinions. Jessica Banov jbanov@newsobserver.com

He stood on a Raleigh street corner, spreading a message of positivity

January 25, 2017 5:42 PM