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By Denise Lavoie, Associated Press
On this last day of Black History Month, we feature the stories of Black Southerners during Jim Crow, as told in a single frame. NewsHour Digital Anchor Nicole Ellis visited the University of Virginia to see how historical portraits are…
By Casey Kuhn, Rachel Liesendahl, Nicole Ellis
Five years ago on Friday, extremists marched in Charlottesville, Virginia in a violent demonstration that forced the city and the nation to confront the growing threats of white supremacy and domestic terrorism. Laura Barrón-López visited the city to see what's…
By Laura Barrón-López, Tess Conciatori
Lawyers for nine people hurt during the "Unite The Right" rally in Charlottesville have told a jury that white nationalists "planned, executed and then celebrated" racially motivated violence that left one counterprotester dead and dozens more injured.
A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was hoisted away from its place of prominence in Charlottesville on Saturday and carted off to storage, years after its threatened removal became a rallying point for white supremacists and inspired their…
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, vaccinated teachers and students will no longer need to wear masks inside school buildings, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Police in Haiti have arrested 17 men in connection with Wednesday's assassination…
By Associated Press
The city said in a news release Friday afternoon that the equestrian statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee as well as a nearby one of Confederate Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson will be removed Saturday.
After a violent 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Republican lawmakers had rejected renewed calls for the controversial statues to be removed from public places. …
By Alan Suderman, Denise Lavoie, Associated Press
Police are scouring the internet for clues about plans for mayhem, workers are putting up chain link holding pens around Virginia’s picturesque Capitol Square, and one lawmaker even plans to hide in a safe house in advance of what’s expected…
Benjamin Daley, Michael Miselis and Thomas Gillen each pleaded guilty to conspiracy to riot.
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