Violence in Charlottesville Sparks Outrage Around U.S.
The death of a counter-protester at a white nationalist rally in Virginia on Saturday triggered protests and memorials across the country.
Protesters block both directions of Interstate 580 during a rally responding to the violence in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017.
One person was killed and 19 others were injured Saturday when an Ohio man allegedly drove his car through a group of counter-demonstrators protesting at a rally by white nationalists.
Police lights illuminate graffiti as protesters march down a ramp after blocking Interstate 580 in Oakland.
Four-year-old Leo Griffin leaves a protest against white supremacists on Aug. 13.
A demonstrator carries a sign remembering Heather Heyer, who was killed when a car plowed into the crowd in Charlottesville, next to a puppet of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Aug. 13 in Chicago.
People hold candles at a vigil on Aug. 13.
Protesters chant slogans against white nationalism in Times Square on Aug. 13.
Anti-racism protesters rally in Columbus Circle on Aug. 13 in Manhattan.
Protesters block Sixth Avenue in New York.
A protester who was marching on 5th Avenue is arrested by New York City police.
Laurel Trotter and Mike Stutz, dressed as President Abraham Lincoln and first lady Mary Todd Lincoln, joined hundreds of demonstrators in front of City Hall on Aug. 13.
A demonstrator holds up a picture of Heather Heyer during a demonstration in front of City Hall in Los Angeles.
People light candles in the form of a peace sign in front of the White House on Aug. 13.
Demonstrators light candles in front of a statue of Confederate General Albert Pike, the only member of the Confederate military with an outdoor statue in the nation's capital, on Aug. 13.
Demonstrators hold up candles in front of the statue of Confederate General Albert Pike.
Pittsboro, North Carolina
Dylan Field, 11, stands on the Confederate monument at the Chatham County Courthouse on Aug. 13.
Women hug as they bring flowers on Aug. 13. to be placed at the corner of Fourth Street and Water Street, where the car plowed into the crowd.
Marcus Martin, who was injured in the attack, visits the memorial at the site with his wife Marissa Blair on Aug. 13.
A makeshift memorial of flowers surround a photo of Heather Heyer.