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Anti-Racist Protesters Outnumbered White Supremacists 10 to 1 at a Racist Rally in Georgia

Protesters trying to break up a white supremacist rally played a cat-and-mouse game with police around Georgia's Stone Mountain on Saturday, with at least nine of them arrested in a scuffle near the state park's entrance.

Authorities at the Atlanta-area landmark had tried to keep the groups at separate locations around the mountain, which is where the Ku Klux Klan was reborn in 1915.  Read more.

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