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Occupy Oakland calls Saturday night rally in response to Charlottesville violence

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"We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides", he said.

Where race is concerned, intellectual honesty, the willingness to see and say what is right in front of us, has long been in short supply.

On Friday night, torch-wielding white nationalists marched through the University of Virginia campus, which was condemned by the university president and other officials. Authorities confirmed to CBS News at least four people were hurt from the crash, suffering from injuries ranging from minor to life-threatening. "So sad!" he tweeted. Violence rooted in racism, bigotry and prejudice has no place in our society and must be condemned at every turn.

While calling for restoring law and order, the president has not referred to the violent acts during the demonstration as terrorism. "We are determined to take our country back".

Besides canceling the soccer game, the school also postponed an event to meet the football team. After that it was pandemonium.

A lawyer for the family of a 16-year-old fatally shot by police outside an emergency youth shelter in Arkansas says her office is conducting its own investigation after a state prosecutor said the officers were. Many Christian schools, particularly in the South, were explicitly created to preserve racial segregationin an era of court-ordered desegregation.

GOP senators ripped President Trump for his lukewarm speech on the violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.

Trump did the opposite today.

Video of the incident shows a gray Dodge Challenger driving quickly down a narrow side street lined with walking protesters.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has ordered members of the National Guard to be on standby at the event today, and declared a state of emergency after things turned violent.

But the president stopped short of condemning white nationalist and supremacist groups, which broadly supported Trump in last year's election. White pastors, now is the time for courageous action in the face of white supremacy.

State police swooped in with tear gas as one counter-protestor who was repeatedly pummeled with sticks and a metal pole was left bleeding profusely.

"We condemn the intolerance behind it and those who would pass it off as a legitimate political movement", he said.

Police said Lt. H. Jay Cullen of Midlothian and Trooper-pilot Berke M.M. Bates of Quinton were killed in the crash, the Associated Press reports.

Still, he refused to mention by name the white nationalists or neo-Nazis blamed by state leaders for fomenting the violence. No good comes from violence. Trump's time away from the White House has been anything but calm, with the President consistently responding to threats from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who has threatened to launch missiles near the US territory of Guam.

Others went even further, laying blame on Donald Trump for stoking the anger of the so-called "Alt-Right" with his fiery rhetoric and attacks on immigrants and minority groups during the campaign.

Their helicopter was "assisting public safety resources with the ongoing situation in Charlottesville", according to a police statement.

"This represents a turning point for the people of this country", Duke said. We're gonna fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That's what we gotta do, ' he continued.

The rally was organised to protest against the decision to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from the city's Emancipation Park. Cory Gardner, R-Colorado. "These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism".

Occupy Oakland calls Saturday night rally in response to Charlottesville violence