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Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old paralegal, was killed when James A. Fields Jr. drove his vehicle into a group of demonstrators.
The Aug. 11 torchlit march ended with white supremacists surrounding anti-racist demonstrators near the Jefferson statue north of the Rotunda. 
City of Charlottesville spokesman Brian Wheeler said Monday that former Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas will continue to receive his salary until July 15, 2018.
On Aug. 11 and 12, a sizable crowd of counter-protestors comprised of University students, faculty and Charlottesville residents gathered in solidarity and in memory of those who were psychologically scarred, physically injured or in Heatheir Heyer’s case, killed, during the last year’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.
On Aug. 11 2017, white supremacists marched across Grounds chanting anti-Semitic slurs.
A year after the torchlit white nationalist rally on the North Plaza of the Rotunda, U.Va. Students United has plans for a demonstration.
In the face of one of the most important anniversaries in University history, we still don’t know how we’ll respond.
The dining will be leaving its current location near the Cavalier Inn. 
Local lady speaks to City Council at Tuesday night's hearing.

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