A group of 100 University of Virginia students and faculty gathered at a statue of Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, Va. to protest the university’s response to a white nationalist rally that rocked the campus last month.
A group of 100 University of Virginia students and faculty gathered at a statue of Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, Va. to protest the university’s response to a white nationalist rally that rocked the campus last month. Screen shot from Twitter
A group of 100 University of Virginia students and faculty gathered at a statue of Thomas Jefferson in Charlottesville, Va. to protest the university’s response to a white nationalist rally that rocked the campus last month. Screen shot from Twitter

Protesters in Charlottesville call Jefferson ‘racist and rapist,’ wrap statue in black

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