Protesters place plaque in honor of George Floyd on downtown Raleigh Confederate statue
A group of protesters placed a plaque to honor George Floyd on the Confederate statue in downtown Raleigh on Wednesday. The plaque was made possible by some business owners who worked to get it up.
AND WHY THE CHIEF IS DEFENDING HIS OFFICERS. >>> IN THE LIVE CENTER RIGHT NOW, WE ARE TAKING A LIVE LOOK AT THE CAPITAL BUILDING IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH WHERE A GROUP OF PROTESTERS ARE ABOUT TO PLACE, AS WE SPEAK, A PLAQUE IN FRONT OF THE CONFEDERATE STATUE AT OUR STATE CAPITAL. THAT PLAQUE IN HONOR OF GEORGE FLOYD. IT SAYS WE RECOGNIZE THE BREAKDOWN AND THE BUILDUP THAT BROUGHT US TOGETHER AND I CAN'T READ IT BECAUSE HIS ARM IS UP. AND THE CHANGE THAT HAS BEEN PUT INTO MOTION. RALEIGH UNITED, JUNE 2020. AGAIN, A GROUP IN FRONT OF THE STATE CAPITAL PLACING THIS PLAQUE AS WE WATCH LIVE IN FRONT OF THIS CONFEDERATE