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Antiracist protesters in purple costumes arrested at farmers’ market

Unitarian Universalist minister, four other activists arrested protesting white supremacists at farmers’ market in Indiana.

Elaine McArdle | 12/2/2019
Police officers tell the Rev. Forrest Gilmore, who is dressed as a pink and purple unicorn, to leave before arresting him at a farmers' market in Bloomington, Indiana, where he and others have been protesting a vendor with ties to white supremacy groups

A police officer tells the Rev. Forrest Gilmore, who is dressed as a pink and purple unicorn, to leave the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market on November 9. Police arrested Gilmore and four other members of the Purple Shirt Brigade, who were protesting a vendor’s ties to white supremacist groups. (© 2019 Jeremy Hogan/SOPA Images/Sipa USA via AP Images)