• Celebs Speak Out About Charlottesville Violence, President Trump Releases Statement on Twitter

    5 days ago - By Us Magazine

    Celebrities including Chelsea Clinton called on President Donald Trump to speak out about the violent white supremacist marches taking place in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday, August 12. White This article originally appeared on: Celebs Speak Out About Charlottesville Violence, President Trump Releases Statement on Twitter
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  • If You Can't Be In Charlottesville, VA To Protest, Here Are Some Things You CAN Do

    If You Can't Be In Charlottesville, VA To Protest, Here Are Some Things You CAN Do

    5 days ago - By Refinery29

    This weekend, hundreds of alt-right protestors gathered in Charlottesville, VA to march onto the University of Virginia's campus. As we reported earlier today , these white supremacists gathered on Friday night, carrying lit torches and marching to chants like "blood and soil" and "we will not be replace." Once they reached the University of Virginia's campus, they were met by a small group of counterprotestors who were gathered around a statue of Thomas Jefferson. Shortly after the two groups met, violence erupted. Friday night's protest was a small precursor to the scheduled protest by...
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  • White Supremacists Marched Through the University of Virginia

    5 days ago - By Teen Vogue

    A group of white nationalists gathered at the University of Virginia and then marched through downtown Charlottesville.
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