Thousands protest NC discrimination law

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Thousands of North Carolina college students march in protest of new North Carolina law which prevents North Carolina cities from passing anti-discrimination measures.

(WRAL) Chapel Hill’s Franklin Street was closed for nearly three hours Tuesday night as demonstrators gathered in protest of the state’s new anti-discrimination law.

With signs, banners and the power of their numbers and voices, hundreds walked onto Franklin Street near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus in protest of House Bill 2.

“We are fed up and we are not going to take it anymore,” said protester Maveryk Tell.

The crowd made their way to Columbia Street, where they formed a circle.

People took turns telling their stories over a microphone. Tell was among those who spoke out,

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