Plain Talk: 'I never thought in my life I would have to act as a sentry in my own community'
On this episode of Plain Talk, columnist Raheem Williams, who is also a resident of downtown Fargo, talks about living through the violent protests which took place there over the weekend.
"I never thought in my life I would have to act as a sentry in my own community," Williams told me.
We discussed what he saw and did, how the protests evolved from something peaceful to something ugly, and the frustration which comes from watching a righteous cause get undermined by violent thugs.
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