"They just wanted to come out and say no. They wanted to come out and show a robust love for community and what America is meant to stand for", said Lisa Woolfork, a University of Virginia professor and 17-year Charlottesville resident.
"She said to us many times like 'I want to go so bad, but I just don't want to die".
"My siblings came up in the years of the Jim Crow era", she said.
Sessions told the network, "I think he will do what is correct".
"This day will not define us", Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer said. "And I find that very heartening, very encouraging".
"They are simply attempting to legitimate themselves in any way possible".
Clashes broke out, and police began to disperse crowds. The most obvious example is the civil rights movement, which was, at its root, a project to fundamentally recast America's social norms. Hundreds came to protest against the racism. (One of the key architects of Trump's long-shot campaign for the White House was Steve Bannon, who as the head of Breitbart News turned it into the alt-right's unofficial propaganda organ.) While the views of the torch carriers in Charlottesville weren't exactly mainstream, the protesters clearly no longer felt they had anything to hide. The disgusting displays of hatred and bigotry on display in Charlottesville dishonor all veterans who fought and died to stamp out fascism. Cory Gardner (R-Colorado), urged the president to "call evil by its name", and Sen. McAuliffe said at Saturday's press conference that he spoke to Trump on the phone, and insisted that the president must work to combat hate. On Saturday, Trump had not responded to reporters' shouted questions about terrorism.
Fields reported for basic military training in August 2015 but was "released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015", the Army said. And she was the only one that lost her life.
That's where chalk-written notes of prayers with Heather's name cover the ground.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that a lone policeman at Piedmont Park on Sunday night was surrounded by black-clad protesters shouting "pig" as demonstrators used chains to try and destroy the Peace Monument.
Still, the violence escalated, and police said more than a dozen people were injured in the melee.
GoDaddy spokesman Dan Race tells the New York Daily News that the Daily Stormer violated its terms of service by labeling a woman killed in an attack at the event in Charlottesville "fat" and "childless".
The impact threw people into the air.
By contrast, his predecessor, Barack Obama, inherited a severe economic downturn during his first year in office, and would go on to face, among other tests, a catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, Middle East upheaval, terror attacks in Boston, Orlando, and elsewhere, and civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland. "She was really good at that". Friends described her as fun-loving but outspoken against racism. No, Heyer, will be feted as a brave soul who died for what she believed.
Hours after the car crash, the helicopter slammed into the woods. The Department of Justice has opened a federal probe into the events in Charlottesville. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. He joined the Virginia State Police Aviation Unit in 1999 and is survived by his wife and two sons.
The violence between the groups erupted well before the event was supposed to start.
HAUSMAN: Do you blame Jason Kessler for what happened yesterday? "We look back to the 60's, [and] we see the bombings". More such protests have followed.
Marco Rubio, a Republican senator who was Trump's rival for the presidential nomination, quickly suggested Trump's initial response was inadequate.