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  • Pro First Amendment Flash Mob

    At just about the time Donald Trump was taking the oath of office about 50 people gathered in a flash mob to sing "This Land is Your Land" at Thompson Park at Trade and Tryon Streets in Charlotte. Hardin Minor, who called for the flash mob on social media, said they weren't anti-Trump but they were pro First Amendment.

Pro First Amendment Flash Mob

At just about the time Donald Trump was taking the oath of office about 50 people gathered in a flash mob to sing "This Land is Your Land" at Thompson Park at Trade and Tryon Streets in Charlotte. Hardin Minor, who called for the flash mob on social media, said they weren't anti-Trump but they were pro First Amendment.
John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer