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Why We March: Ten Thousand People Took to Downtown Raleigh Streets to Say Enough Is Enough 

Saturday morning dawned in downtown Raleigh with biting cold and the sound of shrill whistles as some ten thousand protesters, bundled up against the wind, crowded together on the 400 block of Fayetteville Street. Holding brightly colored signs that declared "Fear Has…

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