A number of solidarity protests were announced across the country on Saturday night in the aftermath of thechaotic white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The Indivisible Project,a nonprofit that connects advocacy groups, organized a searchable database filled with more than a hundred protestsscheduled for Sunday in a dozen or more states. These counter-events are being held in direct response to the violence incited at Saturday’s so-called “Unite The Right” rally, which was attended by thousands of white supremacists, armed militia groups and Ku Klux Klan members, as well as anti-racist counter-protesters.
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