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Southern Poverty Law Center Aug 12
Today we remember , who was killed protesting the 2017 white supremacist rally in . Hate may be alive in America, but there will always be those — like Heather — who stand up to it.
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Be A King Aug 11
On the 2nd anniversary of , I remember . White supremacy is a power-hungry, territorial, racist ideology that is perpetuated by dangerous, hateful, dehumanizing rhetoric and policies; and enforced with violence. It is not a hoax.
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Sandi Bachom Aug 11
2 years ago today, I took my last $300 and bought a bus ticket and hotel room in . I returned with a broken arm and 16 stitches in my head. I filmed men in MAGA hats with swastika flags, James Fields chanting 'Jews will not replace us'
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Radical Graffiti Aug 12
Solidarity mural in Valencia, Spain, for Heather Heyer, an anti-fascist protester murdered in a nazi attack in Charlottesville, Virginia on the 12th of August 2017. Never forgive, never forget.
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Mark Warner Aug 11
Two years ago today, white nationalists gathered in to spread a message of bigotry and intolerance. Their hate-fueled rally culminated in the deaths of three Americans.
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Jaime Harrison Aug 12
Stand up in the face of hatred. Stand up in the face of bigotry. Enough is enough. We are going to lead and unify this nation.
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Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley Aug 12
Replying to @RepPressley
One of ’s last facebook posts read “If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention.” I’m outraged that 2 years after Heather’s murder in , our nation has yet to address the white supremacist terrorism that killed her & far too many others.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Aug 11
We must come together to drive this hate from our nation and truly make our country free and equal for all.
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Dr Louise Raw Aug 12
'They killed my child to try to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her.' Susan Bro, mother of (May 29, 1985 - August 12, 2017) murdered by a white supremacist two years ago today in
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Kristen Clarke Aug 12
OTD 2017, Heather Heyer was killed when a violent neo-Nazi drove his car into a crowd of peaceful demonstrators during the hate rally Heather opposed racism, bigotry, and police brutality. She attended the rally to stand in solidarity with PoC.
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CBS This Morning Aug 12
Two years ago today, , Virginia became a flashpoint for America's racial tension, with violent clashes between white supremacists & counter-protesters. 's leads an open & honest conversation about race with a group of people who were there.
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Lorenzo Dickerson Aug 9
During the time of Jim Crow, there were various racially segregated spaces in . Learn more from Cville residents' historical experiences in "3rd Street: Best Seats in the House" at Aug 29th, 6pm. GET TICKETS HERE
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Southern Poverty Law Center Aug 11
When antiracist protesters in stood up to hate, they were violently attacked by a neo-Nazi, who killed one & injured at least 30 others. Although he has been sentenced to hundreds of years in court, they may never heal from the trauma of that day.
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AJC Aug 11
Our friends at are backing the lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the violence. As we mark the 2nd anniversary today, follow along here as they recount what happened on August 11 and 12, 2017 -->
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Rachel Clarke Aug 12
died two years ago in but her murder by a neo-Nazi is not in the FBI annual hate crimes report. and talk to families and experts on why the numbers are key to addressing hate in America.
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Oren Segal Aug 9
The Center on Extremism identified more than 300 of the white supremacists at the 2017 UTR events in . Our new report asks: Where are they now, and how did that weekend change the white supremacist movement?
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(((DeanObeidallah))) Aug 12
Today is the two year anniversary of the White supremacist rally and terror attack in where Heather Heyer was murdered. Since then thanks in part to Trump, white supremacist violence in US has skyrocketed. Here's Trump's "fine people" on "both sides" after attack
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Amy Spitalnick Aug 9
Thanks to for highlighting today’s court win in ⁦⁩’s suit — we secured sanctions against 3 white supremacist defendants. Read the full statement here: ⁩ ⁦
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ADL Aug 12
Two years ago, Heather Heyer was tragically murdered while standing against white supremacy and hatred. Today, the fight against bigotry, hate and violence in all forms continues. We honor her memory and we recommit ourselves to fighting for a better future.
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Christine Pelosi Aug 12
Murdered by Nazis in two years ago today, her memory remains a blessing and inspiration to people fighting injustice and white supremacy. 💜
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