The statue was taken down nearly four years after a white supremacist rally against the statue's initial proposed removal turned violent.
The city will remove two Confederate statues nearly four years after a white supremacist rally against their initial proposed removal left three dead.
A photo of the avowed white nationalist became one of the most prominent images of the deadly far-right demonstration.
A Thursday court decision will allow the city to remove two monuments depicting Confederate military generals, including the statue of Robert E. Lee that was at the center of a deadly rally in 2017.
"Charlottesville is anchored in white supremacy and rooted in racism. Charlottesville rapes you and covers you in sullied sheets," she wrote on Facebook.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden drew attention to a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville in 2017 following the first presidential debate.
"Much of the racial tension, strife and protest we're seeing across the country emanates from right here in Charlottesville," community organizer Don Gathers said. "But now we're moving the needle in a positive way."
Replying to a tweet Tuesday morning, Spencer wrote that he recognized how "ineffective, useless, and traitorous the GOP is," reaffirming his decision to vote for Biden in the November election.
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A memorial for Tessa Majors, who was recently fatally stabbed at Morningside Park in New York, was held in her hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.
The anonymous Trump staffer said officials are given "half-teasing, half-true advice" to draft resignations on joining the administration.
Audio attributed to the prominent white nationalist activist had thousands of people writing to the social media platform.
Troll whose real name is Daniel McMahon accused of forcing Don Gathers to pull out of City Council race using online intimidation.
Bro told Newsweek that, with this legal action, she hopes "to send a strong message to others who would use murder as a hate crime."
"He failed as the moral leader of our country that day. He came out of the closet and showed us who he truly is, a racist, plain and simple."
In the aftermath of Charlottesville, Trump's statement about the clash became a large part of the news itself and was widely criticized for inflaming the situation by not unequivocally condemning the actions of the white supremacists.
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The Democratic Party "have more hate than any of the hate that was at Charlottesville" and that they "are a bigger hate group than the KKK," Limbaugh said.
A group of armed neo-Nazis from the National Socialist Movement sought to incite violence at the Detroit Pride Parade, the city's police chief James Craig said.
Jewish leaders have warned their community to stay away from the demonstrations.
"Enough's enough, man," Biden said at a rally in Iowa. "This is nonsense."
"The president is now glorifying a loser," Congressman James Clyburn pointed out on Sunday. "Robert E. Lee was a loser," he asserted.
Fox News abruptly cut off a guest and went to commercial as he suggested Saturday's San Diego-area synagogue shooting and a rise in U.S. anti-Semitism was tied to Trump's election and the president's failure to condemn the 2017 Charlottesville rallies.
Susan Bro, Heather Heyer's mother, said Biden's call was "probably to make sure I was OK. Apparently, there were rumors swirling that I was devastated and traumatized, and none of those things were true."