With fists raise they're reading out the names of those who died at the hands of police

Map. History of North Carolina conflict

15 July 2020
Police investigating burglary at Triangle Shooting Academy at 6501 Mount Herman Road.
With fists raise they're reading out the names of those who died at the hands of police
Criminal defense attorneys and their families kneeling in a moment of silence outside the Wake County Justice Center in memory of GeorgeFloyd. The silent demonstration will last nearly 9 minutes.
.⁦@ArdreyKellHS⁩ students prepare to paint rock again - it was vandalized - rock was talking about Black Lives Matter
A shooting in Salisbury left one person dead and two others hurt on Green Street
Mount Pleasant. South Carolina
A man is praying with police.
Investigators with GPD photographing the vandalism of the George Floyd mural
"Break down the separation and create unity": A large crowd is praying in front of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum in downtown Greensboro . People tell this is a group from Daystar Church. @WFMY
Salisbury Police are looking for 43-year-old Ramon Torrence who police say shot a 71-year-old hotel janitor Saturday morning. Police say a shooting occurred at the Days Inn on 321 Bendix Dr, in Salisbury
Winston-Salem police officers responded to a dispute on Sedge Meadow Drive. 32-year-old Tajaun Tyrone Crockett fired a gun.
Matthews Police say one person is dead and another was injured after a shooting at a hotel early Sunday morning
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would have allowed bars in the state to reopen in a limited capacity
2 minors shot in Winston-Salem in 2 separate shootings overnight in the 1400 block of Hope Lane and on the 4600 block of Sunny Drive.
Clear here at 8:28. Leaders of tonight's event at Pack Square Park walked through at 8 and told people to go home @WLOS_13
1 month ago
[email protected]: Please let this serve as my Complete and Total Endorsement of a great fighter and ally in North Carolina, @LyndaBennettNC. She is strong on Crime, Borders, Military, our Great Vets & 2A. She will be a great help to me in DC. EARLY VOTING STARTS TODAY. We need Lynda Bennett. NC11
2 killed and 1 injured in a shooting near the 3600 block of East Main St in Russellville, Arkansas
1 month ago
1 injured in a shooting near 1855 Blowing Rock Rd in Boone, North Carolina. a man was using the restroom at the store when the gun he was legally carrying accidentally fired.
NC teacher resigns after being charged with hit-and-run, DWI, marijuana possession
The Wilmington Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened Tuesday night. WPD says it was in the Hillcrest community.
This a.m. some CLT leaders are questioning CMPD's actions during an incident caught on video during uptown Charlotte protests last night. CMPD says there is an internal review into the incident.
CMPD is investigating a homicide on Oak Arbor Ln where one person has died.
The deployment of chemical agents in Charlotte needs to end tonight.
Officers issuing more dispersal orders and riot control agents to clear crowds in Uptown.
"We are peacefully dispersing. We are going home." • Marchers exit city streets avoiding a conflict with Raleigh police in riot gear. abc11
Heading down 5th. "No Justice No Peace" is what protesters are chanting
Flash bangs near the EpiCentre. Protesters running.
Trump: The Republican Congress will not be held in North Carolina
1 month ago
[email protected]: Had long planned to have the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, a place I love. Now, @NC_Governor Roy Cooper and his representatives refuse to guarantee that we can have use of the Spectrum Arena - Spend millions of dollars, have everybody arrive, and
1 month ago
[email protected]: .then tell them they will not be able to gain entry. Governor Cooper is still in Shelter-In-Place Mode, and not allowing us to occupy the arena as originally anticipated and promised. Would have showcased beautiful North Carolina to the World, and brought in hundreds of
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