Posted November 15, 2019 18:00:58A video posted online by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) shows a young man who is seen walking down a road in rural North Carolina.
A woman wearing a pink shirt and red hat is seen at the corner of a parking lot, with her head on the steering wheel.
The two get into an argument.
The video was shared on social media, with many users identifying the two young men as members of a local fraternity.
One of the men in the video has been identified as Matthew Durden.
The American Friends Association has condemned the video and posted a statement on its Facebook page saying, “We are saddened by this video that was uploaded by the group that appears to be an organization that has nothing to do with American Friends.”
AFSC President Scott Johnson said in the statement, “The American Friends Society does not condone any kind of violence, and we will continue to work to eradicate the violence that exists in our communities.”
AFSA President Mike Cusick also said, “Violence against women, particularly when directed against women of color, is unacceptable.
We call on local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to aggressively pursue these perpetrators.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.