Many of you know that I live in Charlottesville, VA, and I was there at the recent counter-protest. It’s the first thing I think about in the morning and the last thing on my mind at night.
So I wanted to tell you a bit about my personal experience there, and what it all means to me.
For those of us who live in Charlottesville and who were part of the resistance, this doesn’t go away when the news cycle moves on.
A girlfriend of mine was punched in the face by a white supremacist. Another friend was right next to the car that drove into the crowd and is now struggling with PTSD. I am fundamentally changed by this, but that’s a good thing. I hope you’ll be fundamentally changed with me.
And PS, I’m pretty proud that I got through this video and only cried once.
Vice News Documentary – Charlottesville: Race and Terror
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