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Driver in Charlottesville Car Attack Pleads Guilty to 29 Hate Crimes
James Fields Jr. will not be given the death penalty.
Opheli Garcia Lawler
Man Who Killed Young Woman in Charlottesville Sentenced
A jury sentenced James Alex Fields Jr., 21, to life plus 419 years, and $480,000 in fines for killing heather Heyer at the Unite the Right rally.
On Anniversary of Heather Heyer’s Death, Her Mother Reflects on Her Loss
“I don’t want other mothers to be in my spot.”
Opheli Garcia Lawler
What Heather Heyer Knew
She initially decided that it would be too dangerous to stand up to right-wing extremists. She changed her mind. Why?
Read Heather Heyer’s Cousin’s Powerful Op-Ed on White Privilege
“Why has the death of a white woman at the hands of a white supremacist group finally gotten the attention of white folk?”
Watch CNN’s Kate Bolduan Shut Down GOP Candidate in Debate About Charlottesville
Corey Stewart accused Kate Bolduan of using Heather Heyer’s death to advocate for taking down Confederate statues.
Mother of Charlottesville Victim Says She Refuses to Speak to Trump
“You can’t wash this one away by shaking my hand and saying I’m sorry.”
Watch the Moving Speech Heather Heyer’s Mom Gave at Her Memorial Service
Heyer’s mother, Susan Bro, spoke at her daughter’s memorial service Wednesday.
Charlottesville Victim Says He Saved Fiancée by Pushing Her Out of Path of Car
“Hate still lives and the person that allowed this, this rally to occur, you should be held accountable for her life.”
The Truth About Women and White Supremacy
Women have always been essential to the movement. To overlook that is to underestimate its reach.
Woman Killed in Charlottesville Was ‘Murdered While Protesting Hate’
Thirty-two-year-old Heather Heyer “had a very strong sense of right and wrong” and was dedicated to ending injustice, according to her mother.
Katie Van Syckle