Unite the Right

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After a car attack sent dozens of counter-protesters to the hospital, two funds were established to help with the victims’ medical bills and living expenses.  Now, however, one of those is out of money and the second may be shutting down at the end of this year.   

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There were no protests, no chanting and no arrests this weekend as Charlottesville marked the second anniversary of a violent white supremacist rally.  Instead, the city celebrated what it calls Unity Days – a range of events designed to bring people together:

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Community activists from Charlottesville are asking Twitter to ban white supremacists in advance of August 12th – the 2nd anniversary of a violent rally called Unite the Right.

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There were tears, angry words and a life sentence in circuit court today, as the case of James Fields, Jr. came to a close.  He was accused of first degree murder and multiple counts of malicious wounding after driving his car into a crowd of counter-protesters nearly two years ago.

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An avowed white supremacist was sentenced to life plus 419 years on federal hate crime charges Monday for deliberately driving his car into anti-racism protesters during a white nationalist rally in Virginia.

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