Demonstrators marched from Burlington to Graham for racial equality Saturday. Demonstrators are calling for a confederate statue to come down.
Permits from the Graham Police Department are no longer required to demonstrate and Saturday's March was one of the first since a federal judge placed a hold on those permits.
Organizers are calling the March 'A March For Justice.'
The march included several Alamance County organizations and ended at Graham Court Square.
Leading the march was Reverend Greg Drumwright, a Burlington native who has been apart of several protests around the country recently.
March organizers worked with law enforcement in both Burlington and Graham ahead of Saturday's protest.
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2020
2:11 p.m. The march has now ended.
Live video from the march and protest from WFMY's Itinease McMiller.
12:51 p.m. Several gathered at Graham Court Square. Counter-protesters are also out.
12:34 p.m. Graham residents standing along the sidewalk showing support for the 'March for Justice."
12:33 p.m. Photos from the march.
PHOTOS | From Burlington to Graham, 'A March For Justice'
12:18 p.m. Police blocking intersections as the group arrives near downtown Graham.
12:06 p.m. WFMY's Itinease McMiller captures a look at just how many people are marching today in the 'March For Justice' march.
11:43 p.m. The group has started marching with a police escort. Several gathered at the Food Lion parking lot for the March for Justice protest before it began.