The Durham Solidarity Center stands in solidarity with Charlottesville and those who took down the Durham Confederate Statue. We congratulate the people of Durham for their victory in tearing down one of the more visible manifestations of white supremacy.
On August 14, 2017, in the aftermath of a weekend of white supremacist terrorism unleashed in Charlottesville, the community of Durham united to express their solidarity with the people of Charlottesville, and honor those who were injured or lost their lives standing against racism. The Durham community then took matters into their own hands, tearing down the Confederate monument outside the old Durham County Court House.
The Durham Solidarity Center supports the right of Durham and all people to tear down symbols of hate!
Onwards in the fight to tear them all down and fight back against white supremacy!
RT if you support Confederate statues being torn down 😊 pic.twitter.com/F3Y2sXC9ki
— Antifa Dougie Jones (@LanaDelRaytheon) August 15, 2017