PHOTOS: Hundreds Walk To The Polls In Graham, Days After Police Pepper-Sprayed Marchers

Nov 4, 2020
Originally published on November 4, 2020 4:13 am

Several hundred protesters returned Tuesday afternoon to downtown Graham, in Alamance County for an Election Day "peaceful push to the polls" march. The demonstrators engaged in a largely "silent" march, and were encouraged to stay on sidewalks and not engage with law enforcement. 

On Saturday, sheriff's deputies and police pepper-sprayed marchers in the same location. 


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