Raleigh / Fayetteville St / George Floyd

A (relatively) small group of protestors gathered in downtown Raleigh, on Fayetteville St. Very peaceful scene, with speakers sharing some powerful words. They took a knee moments ago in remembrance of George Floyd.

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