Chaos erupted over the weekend when a white supremacist group marched through the streets of downtown Boston ahead of Independence Day, culminating in a street corner confrontation with a Black male, the Boston Herald reports.
Carrying flags with a version of the symbol representing Benito Mussolini's National Fascist Party and shields, the nearly 100 marchers were believed to have been part of neo-fascist hate group Patriot Front, according to the paper.
The Black male was injured during an alleged confrontation with the group at Stuart and Dartmouth streets around 1:25 p.m.
"Not your home, not your family, not your liberty," one protestor shouted into a bullhorn outside of the Boston Library the paper said. "There you will be alone with your safety in a rotted world.”
Locals voiced their thoughts on Twitter.
City officials condemned the march on social media.
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