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Perspectives: Boston Globe -- In a city with fraught racial past, a day of protest against hatred and bigotry (VIDEO)

Today, Boston set the example of how political rallies and counter-protest should be managed. Everything the Mayor and Boston Police Department said in news conferences prior to Saturday’s rally they executed without a hitch. 53 more words


Anti-Immigration Protesters In Vancouver Can't Decide Whether To Have Thai, Indian, Or Chinese For Lunch

“We’re here to promote Canadian Values,” said anti-immigration protest organizer John Munschies as he waved a flag emblazoned with an elderly couple flying south for the winter. 135 more words


In the Mountains

A beautiful world
locked behind a door of hate.
You ignored the signs,
but some knew the upcoming fate.

“Screw off!” was yelled.
A fight broke out, 119 more words


Charlottesville Attack

So one of the glorious liberators of the Alt-Right plowed a car into a crowd of counter-protesters today a little up the road from me here in central Virginia, heroically murdering one person and injuring quite a few more. 463 more words


About Virginia, US.

Charlottesville Virginia is on fire, no Charlottesville is in a haze of fire and fury and most understandably I may add. A young woman is killed and 19 are left injured after a 20-year old white supremacist nazi admirer drove into a crowd that was gathered in counter-protest for the KKK and white nationalist rally, “Unite the Right”, that was supposed to take place this  Saturday in the Virginia College. 200 more words

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There are not MANY sides to hatred, bigotry and violence in Charlottesville

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the unpresidential 45th President made an unpresidential statement about the events that have unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia over the last few days. 192 more words

Birmingham lessons worth re-teaching, one day after Charlottesville

Events Saturday in Charlottesville led me to re-read a booklet I purchased while visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights institute earlier this summer. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 685 more words