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NBC News catches up with RaShall Brackney, the recently appointed police chief in Charlottesville, Virginia. She shares her thoughts on how to rebuild community trust in law enforcement after last year's violent "Unite the Right" rally left one dead and 19 injured. [Read More]
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Weeks until the anniversary of last year's deadly "Unite the Right" demonstration in Charlottesville, Va., city officials said efforts are underway to keep a proposed "Unite the Right 2" next month from turning tragic. Charlottesville officials discussed their plans for the proposed Aug. 12 protest during a public meeting held ... [Read More]
Police say they are preparing for any effort by white supremacist groups to return to mark last year's 'Unite the Right' rally... [Read More]
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Jason Kessler on Thursday promised to actively discourage organized, armed groups from returning to Charlottesville, casting doubt on his ability to hold an anniversary Unite the Right rally this August. [Read More]
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There was a chorus of concerns in Charlottesville as city leaders met with the public ahead of a possible Unite the Right Rally 2 rally. [Read More]
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Calling it a "purely tactical decision," Jason Kessler, an organizer of last year's "Unite the Right" march, has agreed to discourage people attending his rallies from acting violently. [Read More]
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The clock is ticking as we close in on the one-year anniversary of the deadly Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. [Read More]
Getty A coalition of 18 activist groups said Thursday they will oppose the next Unite the Right rally in Washington, D.C. in August. The first Unite the Right rally, a summit for white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia last August, turned deadly after a man associated with a neo-Nazi group drove a car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters, killing one. Unite the Right's organizer, Jason Kessler, has received tentative approval to host a sequel event in D.C. this summer. Now  the "DC Against Hate" coalition, which includes racial justice, anti-fascist, and feminist organizations, announced plans to counter Unite the... [Read More]
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Jason Kessler, the organizer of last summer's deadly "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has entered an agreement with the city intended to prevent any "private paramilitary activity" from happening in town on the event's anniversary next month. Mr. Kessler on Wednesday entered a consent decree in Charlottesville Circuit ... [Read More]
The organizer of last year's Unite the Right rally resolved a lawsuit filed against him by the city of Charlottesville and local businesses, saying there will be no repeat of last year's events. [Read More]
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Jason Kessler on Thursday promised to be active in discouraging organized, armed groups from returning to Charlottesville, casting doubt on his ability to hold an anniversary Unite the Right rally... [Read More]
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The lead organizer of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville was the last defendant to enter into a consent decree, in which he promised not to facilitate any future rallies in the city. [Read More]
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The lead organizer of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville was the last defendant to enter into a consent decree, in which he promised not to facilitate any future rallies in the city. [Read More]
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