A group of residents of Merrick in New York were seen opposing a Black Lives Matter march in the town on June 2.
Footage captured on Merrick Road by Vincent Fodera shows a group of residents on the pavement as the march walks past in the street.
Some of the group are opposing the march and shouting at demonstrators.
Fodera told Newsflare: "Our group was met by opposition from some Merrick residents that attempted to deny us of our right to protest.
"Police and community leaders ended up coming to a compromise to let us walk a few blocks down the road.
"The entire time, our protest was followed by the anti-protesters who hurled insults and obscenities our way.
"They told us not to be in their - predominantly white - neighborhood and to go the next town over to - predominantly black - Freeport, NY.
"The March lasted approximately 20 minutes.
"The Police were not aggressive, we were not aggressive, but the townspeople were aggressive."