In the streets of Vancouver, Wash., protests, guns and attempts to bridge political divide

VANCOUVER, Wash. — On Saturday evening, racial injustice protesters stood on the sidewalk bordering a downtown park to express their outrage over law enforcement’s fatal shooting of a young Black man last week.Just across the street assembled a crowd of right-wing demonstrators and supporters of President Donald Trump. Some were armed and bristling with anger over what they viewed as an unwelcome intrusion of Portland protesters into their city.For more than an hour, the scene was largely defined by invectives hurled back and forth across the pavement amid the tense run-up to Election Day. The…

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