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Increasing visibility for women's issues must be a springboard for action continuing past a single day of the year.
Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler — alongside three white supremacist groups — filed a joint lawsuit against the City of Charlottesville, former Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas and Virginia State Police Lt. Becky Crannis-Curl last week.
Sally Yates told Trump she thought his "travel ban" was unconstitutional while she was acting U.S. Attorney General.
Jason Kessler at an attempted press conference the day after the Unite the Right rally of Aug. 12. 
McClintock (left), Harding (middle) and Hudson (right) held the press conference to assert that Soering is "way beyond a reasonable doubt" not guilty of the 1985 murders of Derek and Nancy Haysom.
Jason Kessler attempting to speak at his press conference Aug. 13, before the event descended into chaos. 
Jason Kessler attempted to hold a press conference Aug. 13, but it lasted only a few minutes before the scene turned into chaos and Kessler was punched in the face by a counter protester.  
Coming into this weekend's rally we can reasonably assume the white supremacists were looking for the following: confrontation, media coverage and opportunity to recruit.
Jason Kessler at the press conference Sunday afternoon shortly before he left the scene. 

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