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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.

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Oakland, California

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

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Police lights illuminate graffiti as protesters march down a ramp after blocking Interstate 580 in Oakland. 

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Chicago

Four-year-old Leo Griffin leaves a protest against white supremacists on Aug. 13. 

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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. 

 

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Philadelphia

People hold candles at a vigil on Aug. 13. 

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New York

Protesters chant slogans against white nationalism in Times Square on Aug. 13. 

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Anti-racism protesters rally in Columbus Circle on Aug. 13 in Manhattan.

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Protesters block Sixth Avenue in New York. 

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A protester who was marching on 5th Avenue is arrested by New York City police. 

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Los Angeles

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. 

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A demonstrator holds up a picture of Heather Heyer during a demonstration in front of City Hall in Los Angeles. 

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Washington, D.C.

People light candles in the form of a peace sign in front of the White House on Aug. 13. 

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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. 

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Demonstrators hold up candles in front of the statue of Confederate General Albert Pike. 

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Pittsboro, North Carolina

Dylan Field, 11, stands on the Confederate monument at the Chatham County Courthouse on Aug. 13. 

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Charlottesville

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. 

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Marcus Martin, who was injured in the attack, visits the memorial at the site with his wife Marissa Blair on Aug. 13. 

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A makeshift memorial of flowers surround a photo of Heather Heyer. 

PHOTOS: State of Emergency in Charlottesville

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