In the midst of protests in Raleigh after the death of George Floyd, Raleigh Mayor May-Ann Baldwin has issued to lift the city curfew and ended the State of Emergency.
On June 1, Mayor Baldwin issued a curfew for the City of Raleigh after damages occurred in downtown Raleigh amid the protests happening.
“The removal of the curfew is not an indication we have solved our challenges,” Baldwin said in a press release. “There is still much work to do. All of us, working together, must ensure that racism has no place in our city’s future. We cannot and will not turn the page. Instead, we must remember the tragedies that led to this place – for George Floyd and the countless others who lost their lives to the hands of racism and police violence.”
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