FILE – In January 2017, in downtown Durham, N.C., people rallied to show their support for refugees and immigrants and stand against President Donald Trump's plan to bar refugees from some Muslim-majority countries.
FILE – In January 2017, in downtown Durham, N.C., people rallied to show their support for refugees and immigrants and stand against President Donald Trump's plan to bar refugees from some Muslim-majority countries. Bernard Thomas AP
FILE – In January 2017, in downtown Durham, N.C., people rallied to show their support for refugees and immigrants and stand against President Donald Trump's plan to bar refugees from some Muslim-majority countries. Bernard Thomas AP

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