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After the Cross Burnings in Durham

Nikole Hannah-Jones at the News and Observer points out the divide in the reaction of Durham's white and black communities to the recent cross burnings.

And Rev. Carl W. Kenney in the Independent Weekly thinks that divided reaction highlights the need for healing and renewed trust on all sides:

Something is in the air, and it smells real bad. We have two options. The first is to keep doing business as before. That won't work. The second is to come to grips with how race hinders the progress of Durham. It is time for Durham to heal from within.


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