'Cowardly parade of hatred' on University of Virginia grounds

Solidarity with the anti-racist anti-fascist heroes in Charlottesville

'Cowardly parade of hatred' on University of Virginia grounds

Protesters claimed they were affected by pepper spray at the rally.

That was not how the Charlottesville mayor assessed the chaos that led the governor to declare a state of emergency, contending that Trump's campaign fed the flames of prejudice.

Footage shot by NBC News producer Craig Stanley shows groups of armed men in camouflage descending on the town.

There were vicious clashes on Market Street in front of Emancipation Park, where the rally was to begin at noon.

A Twitter user also shared a picture of the varsity students protesting against the white nationalists. The Unite the Right rally could be the largest of its kind ever.

The mayor has condemned the march as a "parade of hatred". At various points along the route, skirmishes broke out and shouting matches ensued. Desires were that counter nonconformists may turn out in bigger numbers.The objective in moving the Unite the Right Rally from Emancipation Park to a bigger, all the more pleasing space like McIntire Park had nothing to do with the substance of the demonstrators' discourse.

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Chanting "White lives matter!"

The fast-paced march was made up nearly exclusively of men in their 20s and 30s, though there were some who looked to be in their mid-teens.

Reports indicated that the march started at just after 9:30 pm (UTC) and lasted up to 20 minutes, eventually ending after clashes with counter-protestors. Some apparent altercations erupted during the march, as captured on live-streamed video.

Police arrived on campus, declared it an unlawful assembly, and ordered the crowds to disperse.

Celebrating the Confederate cause is a highly inflammatory issue in the USA because the Confederate states supported slavery. It was not clear if any one was arrested.

Fighting has broken out at a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia between right-wing protesters demonstrating against the removal of a Confederate-era statue from Emancipation Park, and counter demonstrators.

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The future of the statue is to be decided by a judge in a ruling expected in the next few weeks.

UVA canceled all scheduled events planned for Saturday citing "ongoing public safety concerns", but announced that the college's medical center would remain open.

"White supremacists rallying in our town is an act of violence".

Violence has broken out ahead of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, forcing city, county and state authorities to declare a state of emergency.

Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer said he was disgusted that the white nationalists had come to his town and blamed President Donald Trump for inflaming racial prejudices with his campaign previous year.

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