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
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