CHARLOTTESVILLE A DAY LATER: SHARP EMOTIONS LINGER WITH RESIDENTS, ORGANIZERS, COMMUNITY

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) on Aug. 13 said Charlottesville is “stronger” a day after violence erupted in the city. The organizer of a white nationalist rally said clashes occurred because police declined “to do their job.”


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Charlottesville: Charlottesville is an independent city geographically surrounded by, but separate from, Albemarle County in Virginia, United States, and named after Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the queen consort of the United Kingdom.