On Tuesday morning, NPR’s Morning Edition skipped over an inconvenient part of a leftist chant as they ripped down a statue honoring the Conferate soldier in Durham, North Carolina. Jeff Tiberii of NPR affiliate WUNC-FM began by reporting:
TIBERII: As chants of ‘No KKK, No Fascist USA’ bounced off the old county courthouse in Durham, yellow rope was tied around a statue of a Confederate soldier.
Ever since demonstrators in Durham, North Carolina, toppled a bronze Confederate statue from its tower, Bradley Dixon has worried about the fate of a similar monument 30 miles (48 km) west. The statue honoring 1,100 Confederate sold...
Days after clashes in Charlottesville, Va., protesters toppled a statue of a Confederate soldier that had stood in front of the old Durham County Courthouse in North Carolina for nearly a century.
Activists in Durham County, North Carolina attemped to surrender en masse at a courthouse on Thursday morning in an act of solidarity with those charged for the act of pulling down a statue of a Confederate soldier on Monday, news r...
A protester scaled a ladder on the side of a Confederate monument outside a Durham, North Carolina, courthouse Monday evening as chants of “We, we are the revolution!” and “No