Hosted by Defend Durham
510 S Dillard Street, Durham, North Carolina Courthouse, 8:30 A.M. – 2 P.M.
September 12 is the next court date for some of the anti-racist freedom fighters arrested in connection with the toppling of the Confederate statue that once stood in Durham. Show up in Durham to demonstrate our continued support for them and keep pushing forward the struggle to tear down white supremacy!
We will also honor the resistance in Charlottesville, VA on the one month anniversary of the murder of Heather Heyer, and the struggle across the South to tear down the vestiges of the Confederacy and white supremacy – from monuments, to the school to prison pipeline, police brutality, the prison industrial complex, and more.
Communities and organizers from Charlottesville to Durham have shown that now, more than ever, is the time to take bold and courageous action — to pick either the side of white supremacy or the side of freedom fighters who dare to envision a different and better world for us all.
Join us in Durham to take the side of freedom – we will first gather outside the Durham County Courthouse, and then march to Vicotry Plaza (CCB Plaza – 201 Corcoran St) for a community celebration and assembly.
We will hear from speakers and special guests, including:
> Malcolm Suber from Take Em Down NOLA
> more TBA