Neo-Nazi James Alex Fields Jr. was just sentenced to life in prison for killing Heather Heyer in a vehicular attack in Charlottesville, Virginia last year. In this video, the Charlottesville community reflects on its history and recovery since the August 2017 rally. pic.twitter.com/EaS3T6vxPs — HuffPost (@HuffPost) December 11, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Advertisements
Why Charlottesville? How a Facebook comment, an unknown blogger, and some old tweets inflamed a debate about race and monuments
At the time, if you told people in Charlottesville that hundreds of angry white supremacists and neo-nazis would rally in a park just steps away from the theater the following summer, they’d have thought you were crazy.
This Vice report pretty much tells you all you need to know about what happened in Charlottesville on August 12, 2017.
In addition to simply watching the high-flying Hoos last regular season game, you could win a chance to feast at Rapture on the DTM!. Landmark Great Deals in Charlottesville is running a promotion you might want to participate in. Just 1) like them on Facebook, 2) enter your email at Landmark Great Deals in Charlottesville…
It’s Take Back the Night week at UVA, and there will be a rally/march this Thursday, April 19 starting at the DTM Pavilion, which will end at the UVA Amphitheater for a candlelight vigil. Rally 6pm to 7:30pm, March 7:30pm to 8pm, vigil at 8pm. More info.