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3 UVA Students Found Guilty for Trespassing During Bicentennial

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Student unfurled this banner at UVA's bicentennial Student unfurled this banner at UVA's bicentennial
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) -

Three University of Virginia students were found guilty on Tuesday, November 28, for their actions that interrupted the university's bicentennial celebration.

The students blocked a screen used during the event and unfurled a banner that read "200 years of white supremacy."

Police arrested Hannah Russell-Hunter, Lossa Zenebe, and Joshua Williams for trespassing.

They were each given a fine of $100.