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Unite the Right Rally, Charlottesville, Va., 2017

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Topical headingUnite the Right Rally, Charlottesville, Va., 2017
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Variant(s)Charlottesville Protest, Charlottesville, Va., 2017
Charlottesville Riot, Charlottesville, Va., 2017
See alsoDemonstrations--Virginia
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Found inWork cat: 2019048679: Signer, Michael. Cry Havoc, 2020: CIP galley (What happened on the weekend of August 11-12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Virginia, was so horrific, was such a tear in the fabric of a small city's ordinary experience, that it strains one's power to describe; hordes of white nationalists invaded the University of Virginia and then the Downtown Mall of the city, ostensibly to support the preservation of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee; they clashed violently with counterprotesters along the way; during 2017, I was told the Charlottesville had become a "hastag"; Charlottesville was now #charlottesville; Charlottesville seemd to become more and more of a meme)
2018948237: Capek, Michael. The Charlottesville Protests, 2019: page 6, etc. (the demonstrators were in Charlottesville for a rally, they called Unite the Right; to protest a vote by the Charlottesville City Council; Unite the Right rally; Charlottesville protests)
Google, Oct. 24, 2019 (hit counts: Charlottesville riot, 12,5000; Charlottesville protests, 39,700)
Google, April 8, 2020: ("Charlottesville protest" 2017: 14,500 hits; "Charlottesville riot" 2017: 6,320 hits; "Unite the Right rally" Charlottesville 2017: 183,000 hits)
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