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Solidarity Cville

Solidarity Cville
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A multiracial network acting in solidarity with communities of color to fight all forms of white supremacy. Acting out of fierce love to #DefendCville.

Charlottesville Marks Anniversary of Spencer’s 1st Torch-lit Rally

Today, around 40 people stood in front of the Stonewall Jackson statue in Justice Park, the site of Richard Spencer’s rally on May 13, 2017. They held many banners and signs with slogans including...

DeAndre Harris Found Not Guilty — Statement from Charlottesville Organizers

DeAndre Harris is one of three African-American Charlottesville locals who were charged in the wake of the neo-Nazi 'Unite the Right' rally on August 12th, 2017, that ended in the death of Heather Heyer....
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Charlottesville: Six Months Later

The following short report and video comes from Solidarity Cville, and presents an overview of community mobilization in the wake of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville on August 12th, 2017. Six months. This...

Third Black Cville Resident Arrested in Wake of ‘Unite the Right’

The National Lawyers Guild of Central Virginia announced yesterday that yet another black resident of Charlottesville has been charged with a felony. Please read their statement below: Mr. Donald Blakney was arrested at his home on Friday...

We Cannot Heal Without Justice: #DropTheCharges Against Corey Long & DeAndre Harris

Tomorrow, Corey Long and DeAndre Harris will appear in Charlottesville General District Court. Charlottesville Commonwealth’s Attorney Joe Platania will prosecute false charges brought by white supremacists against two black community members. When white supremacists descended...
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Charlottesville Community in Solidarity with Grand Jury Resistors

Today, Charlottesville community members held a press conference at the U.S. District Courthouse to declare solidarity with survivors of the August 12th car attack, who have been repeatedly harassed by federal law enforcement and...
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“We Keep Us Safe”: Video Report from Charlottesville

Charlottesville activists took the streets the night of Saturday, October 7th in a march for Community Defense Against All Fascism, in response to another ten-minute terrorist photo-op torch rally by Richard Spencer and his...