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Update: Charlottesville Mayor Signer Calls for Removal of Confederate Statues
Mayor Mike Signer is calling for the removal of Confederate statues in downtown Charlottesville, and changes to the state's open or concealed carry laws.
UVA President Announces a Working Group Led by Dean Risa Goluboff
The University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan has put together a working group to lead the university's efforts to heal after the violence that occurred at a torch-lit march and a controversial rally.
Charlottesville Mayor to Make Announcement Regarding Lee Statue
Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer is set to deliver, “a major announcement” involving the city’s statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on Friday.
Stonewall Jackson Descendants Call for Richmond Monument's Removal
Two men who identify themselves as the great-great-grandsons of Stonewall Jackson are calling for the removal of the statue of the Confederate general in Virginia's capital city.
Russia Blocks White Supremacist Website that Mocked Heyer
Russia's state communications watchdog has blocked the U.S. white supremacist website that demonized Heather Heyer, the woman killed while protesting a white nationalist rally last weekend in Charlottesville.
Gov. McAuliffe to President Trump: Don't Visit Charlottesville if Dividing Rhetoric Continues
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe says he doesn't want President Donald Trump to visit Charlottesville if the president continues using rhetoric the governor says is dividing the country.
Delegate Bell Supports Keeping Lee Statue in Charlottesville Park
58th District Delegate Rob Bell said he supports keeping the Lee statue, but he does not condone the violent behavior that occurred during the Unite the Right rally.
Community Members Attend Heather Heyer Memorial at Paramount Theater
People gathered at the Paramount Theater Wednesday, paying respects and remembering Heather Danielle Heyer, the woman who died Saturday after a car smashed into a group protesting white nationalists.