Foundation Started by Charlottesville Victim’s Mother Promotes Social Justice

The mother of the victim, Heather D. Heyer, said she wanted the country to learn a lesson she had taught her daughter: Disputes can be de-escalated before they become violent.

As White Nationalist in Charlottesville Fired, Police ‘Never Moved’

By FRANCES ROBLES August 25, 2017 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — As demonstrators clashed near a downtown park here two weeks ago, a white nationalist protester in a bulletproof vest turned, pointed a pistol toward the crowd and fired a single shot at the...

Melee Breaks Out at Charlottesville City Council Meeting

By FRANCES ROBLES August 21, 2017 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A melee broke out at the Charlottesville City Council meeting on Monday night, as activists and residents angrily took over the Council chambers and criticized the city’s response to a...

Rammed by Car in Charlottesville, but Seeing a Sign of Hope

Two black sisters were admiring a counterdemonstration — “so many white people, more than our race,” one said — when a car drove into the crowd and smashed into their Camry.

Heather Heyer, Charlottesville Victim, Cannot Be Silenced, Mother Says

By HAWES SPENCER and CAITLIN DICKERSON August 16, 2017 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Heather D. Heyer, the woman run down during violent clashes here, was remembered on Wednesday for a quality that friends and family described as her most...