Marchers collect in the 100 block of South Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh February 13, 2016 during the People’s Assembly portion of the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street protest march. An estimated five thousand marchers braved the below freezing temps and wind chill. The march went from South Street to the corner of Fayetteville and Morgan Streets for the three hour and a bit rally, march and People’s Assembly.
Marchers collect in the 100 block of South Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh February 13, 2016 during the People’s Assembly portion of the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street protest march. An estimated five thousand marchers braved the below freezing temps and wind chill. The march went from South Street to the corner of Fayetteville and Morgan Streets for the three hour and a bit rally, march and People’s Assembly. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Marchers collect in the 100 block of South Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh February 13, 2016 during the People’s Assembly portion of the 10th annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street protest march. An estimated five thousand marchers braved the below freezing temps and wind chill. The march went from South Street to the corner of Fayetteville and Morgan Streets for the three hour and a bit rally, march and People’s Assembly. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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