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charlottesville

"We remember Charlottesville!" anti-fascist protesters chanted.
We need to have a conversation about racist monuments in public spaces.
"We need to get more flags."
We must show those who want to bring us down or take us back to darker times that we outnumber them by far, everywhere.
An attack against any minority is nothing less than an assault on Canada's democratic values and a threat to our entire society.
The events of Charlottesville have been deeply unsettling, reminding us that hatred and bigotry are closer than we'd like to believe.
It's a poor excuse for the decision Americans made in November, and an even worse excuse for the man himself.
"If this was a political censorship decision, it is terrifying."
By looking at social inequality in context, we can see opportunities for clear and long-term change.
And there will probably be more dead bodies on those streets.