Atlanta Protestors Marched on August 12th Against White Terrorist Violence in Charlottesville Earlier Saturday

On Saturday evening participants in the Netroots Nation 2017 and others participated in a protest march against the act of white terror in Charlottesville, VA earlier Saturday August 12, 2017 when a car plowed into a crowd of protestors who were there to protest against a white supremacist march which was protesting the removal of a confederate statue.  The Atlanta protest against white supremacy Saturday evening started across from the Hyatt Regency where the Netroots Nation conference was held.  There were a few speeches to the crowd as participants assembled and then the group marched to the state capital where more speakers addressed the crowd numbering in the hundreds.  Protestors chanted “Whose streets?  Our streets!” “White supremacy has to go!”  “No power–no peace!”  “No hate!  No Trump!  No KKK!” as they marched.

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