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Heather Heyer, who died after the "Unite the Right" rally, was among those honored with Muhammad Ali humanitarian awards.        ... [Read More]
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The former U.S. attorney said the gesture "doesn't matter" and his donations will not affect an independent investigation of the city's response to Unite the Right. [Read More]
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On Friday, David Parrott was found guilty of failing to disperse during the Aug. 12 Unite the Right rally. [Read More]
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The "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville this August sent shockwaves through the United States. Miami University's Office of Diversity Affairs and Student Counseling Service collaborated to give students a space to share their feelings in the wake of events such as those in Charlottesville. Monday evening, Sept. 18, around 25 undergraduate and graduate students…... [Read More]
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Dave Matthews Band is hosting the event to raise money to support victims of last month's deadly Unite The Right rally. [Read More]
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An Ohio man accused of attacking someone on the same day as the Unite the Right rally is staying behind bars for now. A judge denied bond for Daniel P. Borden. [Read More]
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At the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in August, a man suspected of being a neo-Nazi sympathizer drove a car into a crowd of…... [Read More]
The group's president resigned after speaking at a white nationalist rally in August. by Heidi Groover WSU political science student James Allsup was identified after Twitter user @YesYoureRacist began posting... [Read More]
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The statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were uncovered yet again Monday night in downtown Charlottesville, but Jackson was covered back up just as quickly as it was taken down. [Read More]
The "Unite the Right" march in Charlottesville was a stupid tragedy costing the lives of three people and injuring more than 20 more. Many in the media now talk of incipient civil war, while politicians, reporters, and political parties almost universally brand the marchers as the instigators of the violence. Somehow I just don't see David Duke meets Antifa as a trigger for the whole country to go to war. I also don't see the march organizers as lone agents in what... [Read More]
Bill Reagan and VMS readers may or may not know that Jason Kessler, the organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, which ended in bloodshed, was an "Occupy Wall Street" left wing activist and a Democrat who voted for Barack Hussein Obama ll. [Read More]
The Southern California News Group surveyed faith leaders around the region on how they thought it was best to heal and move forward as a nation following the "Unite the Right" white supremacist rally and the eruption of violence in Char... [Read More]
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When I was in Charlottesville as part of a clergy delegation to protest the Unite the Right rally, I got to look into the faces of "out" Nazis and white supremacists for the first time in my 61 years. And they looked scarily normal. They're the guys arranging stock at the local big box store or the desk jockeys in …... [Read More]
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In light of the violence and controversy of the August Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia—an event where those challenging the tearing down of a Robert E. Lee statue clashed with Antifa opposition—the University of Virginia is taking steps to separate itself from anything president Teresa Sullivan deems associated with that march, which she describes as "something darker and more depraved, disguised as a protest." [Read More]
Nazis are in the streets: How should we react? September 7, 2017 | Filed under: Global Village,News,Community | Posted by: The Villager Nazis on the march in Charlottesville at the Unite the Right rally on Aug. 12. The Nazis and alt-righters repeatedly clashed with counterprotesters. In the end, one antiracist was left dead and nearly two dozen were injured after an enraged Nazi rammed his car into them. Photos by John Penley BY BILL WEINBERG | There are actual Nazis marching in streets, with... [Read More]
A Democratic lawmaker wants to rename Donald J. Trump State Park in New York to honor the woman killed in a hit-and-run after the "Unite the Right" rally last month in Charlottesville, Virginia. Queens Assemblywoman Nily Rozic announced legislation Wednesday that would rename Donald J. Trump State Park, which straddles ... [Read More]
Last week, I posted an article about discovering that my opponent, Delegate Rob Bell, sat through a meeting of the Greene County, Virginia, Republican Party where they interviewed Jason Kessler- organizer of the Unite the Right Rally in... [Read More]
Gary Cohn, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, was in the running to become the next chairman of the Federal Reserve. But Cohn's chances of succeeding Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen diminished when he criticized the President's failure to condemn white nationalists in the wake of the Charlottesville attack, according to a Wall Street Journal report out Wednesday night citing unnamed people familiar with the manner. Reuters also reported Wednesday night that Trump has "soured" on naming Cohn the next Federal Reserve chairman and that he remains upset with Cohn. Trump told the Wall Street Journal in July... [Read More]
After 10 days of marching through heat, wind and rain, a group that started in Charlottesville, VA has made it to Washington D.C. The violence here in the city during the Unite the Right rally is what sparked their mission but as Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer finds what drives them goes even deeper. [Read More]
Trump unlikely to pick Cohn to lead the Fed President Donald Trump is leaning against picking Gary Cohn, director of the National Economic Council, to lead the Federal Reserve, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.Cohn's criticism caught Trump by surprise and left the president seething with anger, according to a person familiar with the president's reaction.Cohn's remarks in a Financial Times interview came in response to Trump's refusal to explicitly condemn white supremacists for... [Read More]
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