Scores of protesters went to the detention center to turn themselves in in solidarity with those arrested
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...
Upward of 100 people showed up at a courthouse in Durham, N.C., to support the people arrested for tearing down a Confederate monument. Then, they tried to turn themselves in, saying, "Arrest me too!"
Dozens of people attempted to turn themselves in after four were arrested for toppling a Confederate statue.
Four people turned themselves in to authorities in Durham, North Carolina, on Thursday to face charges for their role in toppling a Confederate monument during a protest on Monday.