Charlottesville reckons with trauma 5 years after a deadly white supremacist rally

From PBS NewsHour.

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 changed and how residents think President Biden and the country have reckoned with what they witnessed that summer.

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