Clockwise from lower left: Brianna Gribben, Cody Platt and Ceorge Chen, all of Carrboro, worked on their handmade protest signs before joining on North Blount Street across from the NC Governor's Mansion as Triangle Families Against HB2 loudly shouted and chanted slogans and sang songs noting their distaste for HB2, the Republican-led Legislature and particularly Gov. Pat McCrory Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016.
Clockwise from lower left: Brianna Gribben, Cody Platt and Ceorge Chen, all of Carrboro, worked on their handmade protest signs before joining on North Blount Street across from the NC Governor's Mansion as Triangle Families Against HB2 loudly shouted and chanted slogans and sang songs noting their distaste for HB2, the Republican-led Legislature and particularly Gov. Pat McCrory Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Clockwise from lower left: Brianna Gribben, Cody Platt and Ceorge Chen, all of Carrboro, worked on their handmade protest signs before joining on North Blount Street across from the NC Governor's Mansion as Triangle Families Against HB2 loudly shouted and chanted slogans and sang songs noting their distaste for HB2, the Republican-led Legislature and particularly Gov. Pat McCrory Saturday afternoon, April 2, 2016. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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