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Durham was host to some of the key moments of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The first "sit-in" of the Movement took place in Durham when young African Americans sat at "white-only" booths at the segregated Royal Ice Cream Parlor and refused to move. The city is also home to Duke University, one of the most renowned universities in the United States.

Population: 223284
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Sun The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Durham Bulls (International League)
Local Colleges: Duke University North Carolina Central University

Zip Codes associated with durham, north carolina: 27701 27703 27704 27705 27707 27712 27713
Towns/Cities near durham, north carolina : Chapel Hill Gorman Creedmoor Hillsborough Morrisville

Durham News
The left is attempting to destroy history

Protesters in downtown Durham, N.C., on Monday night, Aug. 14, toppled and crumpled a statue of a Confederate soldier dedicated in 1924. Even though it's a crime to damage or destroy public property the police did nothing.

Boston holds duelling rallies for free speech and against racism

Police stand by as thousands of protesters prepare to march in Boston against a planned 'Free Speech Rally,' a week after the violent 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Va. Hundreds of police officers were positioned around a Boston park where a group plans to hold a "Free Speech" rally with right-wing speakers on Saturday, a week after a woman was killed at a Virginia white-supremacist protest.

1 charged as Durham police in riot gear clear streets of protesters

UPDATE: By 8 p.m. Friday, the protesters had left the scene in downtown Durham after being in the area of several hours. About 6 p.m., police took to the street in riot gear.

The Latest: More charges for man accused of ramming crowd

Protesters take to the the street in response to rumors of a white supremacist march on Friday, Aug. 18, 2017 in Durham, N.C. The sheriff had issued a statement that he was investigating the rumors, but no gathering of white supremacists was apparent by midafternoon. However, officers blocked streets and businesses closed.

Duke University removes statue of Confederate general

Robert E. Lee statue, center, stands at the Duke Chapel on Thursday, Aug. 17 2017, in Durham, N.C. Duke President Vincent E. Price said in a statement that he had already been meeting with member... . FILE - In this Aug. 17, 2017 file photo, the defaced Gen.

Duke University removes statue of Confederate general

The defaced Gen. Robert E. Lee statue, center, stands at the Duke Chapel on Thursday, Aug. 17 2017, in Durham, N.C. Duke President Vincent E. Price said in a statement that he had already been meeting with members of the Duke community to discuss how to deal with strong reactions to the statue.

Durham protesters turn themselves in at police station after pulling down Confederate statue

On Monday, anti-racist protesters in Durham, North Carolina pulled down a statue dedicated to the "unknown soldiers" who fought to defend slavery, which was adorned with "a seal engraved with 'The Confederate States of America'" and the words, "In memory of the boys who wore gray." Authorities called for the police to investigate the action and arrest people for removing a monument to people who fought against the US Army for the right to enslave people.

Charlottesville: A monumental week of debate over the nation's identity

Violence in Virginia last weekend fanned running national debates about race and free speech, and could resonate politically and socially for weeks or even years to come. The country watched in dismay on August 12 as right-wing demonstrators -- including white supremacists and neo-Nazis upset in part over the city's plan to remove a Confederate monument -- and counterprotesters clashed in Charlottesville.

Police announce arrest of alleged Durham serial burglar. Bond set at $1.54 million

Durham police have arrested Maurice Jerome Cox, 42, of Durham in connection with a string of recent burglaries in southwestern Durham. Burglaries were reported on Fortunes Ridge Drive, Bloomsbury Court, Five Oaks Drive, Beechnut Lane and Cottage Woods Court.

The Latest: Marchers in North Carolina protest supremacists

People march in the streets of Durham protesting against a possible march by the Ku Klux Klan, Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, in Durham, N.C. Hundreds of anti-racist demonstrators gathered in a North Carolina city in response to rumors of a white supremacist march. The sheriff had issued a statement that he was investigating the rumors, but no gathering of white supremacists was apparent by midafternoon.

200 counterprotesters brace for possible KKK march in Durham, NC; sheriff closes Main Street

About 200 counter protesters have gathered on East Main Street in downtown Durham, bracing for a march by white supremacist groups at noon. The Sheriff's Office has closed East Main Street in front of the old courthouse.

Durham jazz club, The Shed, is down to its last note

To mark the closing, the club will celebrate three years of community arts programming and education with two open forums Saturday, Aug. 19, and Sunday, Aug. 20, from noon to 5 p.m. Participants are asked to contribute to a discussion of artist organization and solidarity. Dina Maccabee will perform Friday night.

Bree Newsome, Who Pulled Down S.C. Confederate Flag in 2015, Salutes Durham Demonstrators

Demonstrators who tore down a Confederate monument in Durham Monday have the support of someone who knows a bit about taking on the symbols of white supremacy: Bree Newsome. Newsome, who was born in Durham, famously removed a Confederate flag flying above the South Carolina state capitol two years ago.

Residents of Durham Showed Us What Patriotism Looks Like

Last weekend we got a terrible reminder of the racism and hatred that has been present in this country since our founding. Some of us went into a moment of mourning when our current president spoke words in defense of the people perpetuating that hatred.

Toppled! Ridding Durham of Its Racist Monument

Jillian Johnson was out of town Monday night, as a group of young activists were yanking the Confederate soldier statue off its granite pedestal in downtown Durham, North Carolina. She learned the news from a text message, which included a photo of the toppled monument.

In Support of Eight Arrested for Toppling Durham Statue, Hundreds Turn Themselves In

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4 more Durham Confederate statue protesters arrested; 8 total facing charges

A total of eight people now face charges in connection with the toppling of a Confederate statue in front of the old Durham County courthouse Monday evening. Three of the eight were in court Thursday - Dante Emmanuel Strobino, 35, Ngoc Loan Tran, 24, and Peter Gilbert, 39, all of Durham.

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