Footage posted on the Dallas Morning News' You Tube page shows a member of the protest wearing a baseball hat reading 'white pride' and another wearing a T-shirt with the Celtic cross, a symbol that has been adopted by white supremacists, and 'White Lives Matter' on it.
Near the end of the protest, a black man told the group: 'Just cause you're all white and ya'll got your own opinions don't mean that I don't love ya'll even more, that's what makes me love ya'll harder.'The White Lives Matter protesters shouted 'blue lives matter' at times in support of police following the deaths of Dallas police officers Senior Cpl Lorne Ahrens, 48, Michael Krol, 40, Sgt Michael Smith, 55, and Patrick Zamarripa, 32, and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) police officer Brent Thompson, 43, who were ambushed by a sniper during a Black Lives Matter event on July 7.
His wife Annaliese gave him a special pair of En Chroma glasses that allowed him to see the different colors properly.
Brindley became emotional when he could see his daughter Kyler's hazel-green eyes for the first time.
Travis Brindley was reduced to tears when his Father's Day gift allowed him to see colors for the first time.
The father-of-one from New Hudson, Michigan, is colorblind and was surprised with a special pair of glasses that allowed him to see the color of his favorite college sports team.
When I was 13 years old, I asked my parents how they would feel if I married a black man. I assumed they were thinking of the perfect, color blind response considering I was dating a young black man.