Protesters speaking out as part of the national outrage around George Floyd’s murder returned to downtown Wilmington, North Carolina on Thursday. Marking a 5th night of the action against police brutality in the city. The protest grew dramatically after the first rally was met with tear gas and projectiles. Organized primarily by artists, youth and community members the protestors have sung songs, read poems and peacefully marched through downtown.
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