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Grant Stern Aug 10
A Congressman proudly shared a photo of himself and a Trump supporter wearing a t-shirt supporting a group whose members organized the tiki-torch nazi rally, on the one year anniversary of Heather Heyer's murder.
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ShowUp4RacialJustice Aug 10
A minivan mom just walked out of the store in with ALL the tiki torches. She said it's so the white supremacists can't have any. Hearing that more moms are on the way to other stores...
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S. Lee Merritt, Esq. Aug 12
A year ago was savagely beaten by a mob in . No arrest were made. successfully ID . 2 more remain at large. We are offering $100K for information leading to their arrest. We’ll never stop looking.
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Elizabeth Warren Aug 11
We will not forget what happened in a year ago this weekend, or the victims of that ugly day in our country’s history. Racism, bigotry and hate have no place in this country. We will not compromise on this.
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Amee Vanderpool Aug 11
Today is a day to remember Heather Heyer-and in her honor, it's a good day to consciously and purposefully counter hate with love. 💗
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Montel Williams Aug 12
To SOME of those marching in : Chanting that all police are racists is about as useful as driving your car into a brick wall. Grow up.
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Breaking911 Aug 11
Protesters in , VA are chanting, “all cops are racist.”
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Larry Sabato Aug 12
Without neo-Nazis and other white supremacists in , I noted some changes from a year ago. No one was run over by a car. No one was stabbed with a tiki torch. No one shouted “into the ovens!” No one praised Hitler and the Third Reich. Progress!
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VoteVets Aug 10
On the riot anniversary, white supremacists will gather in Washington, DC for the rally this Sunday. Jewish-American WWII bomber pilot Si Spiegel says Trump's hate-speech promotes fascism - the very thing he and his generation fought to put down.
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🇺🇸 (((Dustin Bones))) 🇺🇸 Aug 12
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Wes Clark Aug 11
I saw white supremacy groups first hand at Little Rock, when Central High was desegregated. White supremacists brought hatred, intolerance and violence into our community. It's very sad that more than 50 years later some Americans can't leave an ugly past behind.
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Nicole Hemmer Aug 11
In the aftermath of the violence in last year, we brought together some of the country’s best historians to help us make sense of what happened. It’s a good time to revisit those pieces. /1
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W Smith Ω  😎 Fire The GOP-Impeach Trump Aug 11
In loving memory of . Love is the simplest thing we'll ever do as human beings, yet she died defending it. Thank you Heather.
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(((DeanObeidallah))) Aug 10
BREAKING: At this point if you don’t think trump is a racist then you are also a racist.
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NBC News Aug 10
"That auction block is an artifact. The very fact that you can stand where somebody was treated as property ... is very moving."
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AJ+ Aug 11
Heather Heyer was killed by white supremacists one year ago in .
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Chuck Schumer Aug 12
Today marks 1 yr since the tragic white supremacist rally in , when Heather Heyer was killed. As her mother has shared, her legacy is a call to action. Last yr remains a profound reminder: we must remain vigilant & united in our efforts to defeat bigotry & hatred.
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Andrew Stroehlein Aug 9
Replying to @astroehlein
A year ago, Heather Heyer was murdered at a white supremacist rally in when a self-confessed neo-Nazi drove into a crowd of counter protesters. Her last Facebook post read: “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.”
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Nicole Hemmer Aug 11
To give you a sense of how locked down downtown is: my compact umbrella was confiscated & thrown away and my little wallet was searched. I was also questioned on where I live and work. Open-carry, of course, is still allowed.
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It's Going Down Aug 12
So much has happened over the last two weeks, it can be hard to process the collection of emotions: pain, sorrow, rage, + joy. But as we look back one year after , there is still a large hole in our discussions of these events, primarily: the role of the police.
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