The Aftermath of Charlottesville Displayed In Street Art

Emancipation Park at night, Charlottesville.

A street artist’s rendition of Heather Heyer, victim of a hate crime when a speeding car driven by a neo-Nazi plowed into the crowd during the “Unite the Right” march in Charlottesville.

Charlottesville’s 4th Street where Heather Heyer was killed on August 12.

More street art on Charlottesville’s Talking Wall on the pedestrian mall.

Photos courtesy of Mark Robbins

Backround:
How I Became Fake News
Violence Breaks Out In Charlottesville As Alt-Right, White Nationalists Battle Counter-Protesters
Charlottesville Judge Sides With Alt-Right, Violence Breaks Out At Rotunda
Charlottesville Is Representing Our Worst
While Monitoring Charlottesville’s White Nationalist Rally, Virginia Loses Two Of Its Finest
Schoeneman: In Charlottesville, the Impact of Political Theater
Virginia CRs Lead in Repudiating Charlottesville ‘Unite the Right’ Rally
Virginia Republican Federation of Virginia: Resolution Regarding Activities in Charlottesville

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