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“Heil Trump,” the white supremacists chanted as they marched past me, turning my beloved hometown of Charlottesville into a rallying point for fascists, white supremacists, and their preppy enablers in the so-called “alt-right.” One side instigated the rally, dubbed it #UniteTheRight and spent months escalating violent rhetoric. (read more)


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