Charlottesville

  

As long as there has been fascism, there has been anti-fascism — also known as antifa.

Photo Courtesy: Heather Heyer's facebook page


Three weeks after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, how are residents coping?

"FRUSTRATION AND ANGER" BY CC FLIKR USER KEVIN JENCO, RESIZED AND RECROPPED.

Officials in Berkeley and San Francisco are bracing themselves for competing political rallies planned for this weekend.

  

What’s the best response to this weekend’s rallies in San Francisco and Berkeley, which are expected to attract white supremacists and armed militia groups?

The horrific stories and images coming out of Charlottesville have sparked widespread outrage and international media coverage. Last week, we saw white supremacists groups carrying torches, guns, confederate flags, and Nazi paraphernalia.

On Saturday, hundreds of white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and members of the Ku Klux Klan marched in Charlottesville, Virginia. They came with guns, shields and clubs, Nazi-style helmets, confederate flags, and Nazi paraphernalia.