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Far-Right Protest

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/08/12/542982015/home-to-university-of-virginia-prepares-for-violence-at-white-nationalist-rally


A far-right protest on a college campus brings out supporters of Neo-Nazi ideologies and salutes with a side of unprovoked violence towards counter protesters. It follows last month's KKK rally.

I tried to take a look at what the originating reasons are/were for the protest and it revolved around the removal of an on-campus statue of Robert Lee. Look him up if you do not know or unaware of him.

The mayor of Charlottesville has denounced the protest, calling it "a cowardly display of bigotry, hatred, and racism". 

What's worse is that a series of similar protests are scheduled throughout the weekend with possibly many more people in support of the Nazi salutes.

Free speech is one thing, and I am aware of such. However, what dialogue can come out of this? Certainly nothing meaningful for progression. 

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