Last Month in Links: Charlottesville and the “Unite the Right” Protest

Yup, I’m late on this one.

Bellamy Shoffner describes the months-long buildup to the Charlottesville “Unite The Right” rally and the many attempts residents made to prevent the march from happening.

Pearce Tefft, father of Peter Tefft, publicly denounced his son as a result of seeing Peter at the “Unite the Right Rally” and takes a stand against his son’s fascism.

Teen Vogue’s Lauren Duca beseeches white people to be open about their anti-Nazi and anti-racist stances.

We Hunted the Mammoth reports that neo-Nazi Christopher Cantwell became tearful at the prospect of  arrest.. He later surrendered to police.

Finally, Vice’s documentary Charlottesville: Race and Terror. Before you watch, be aware that it contains racism, anti-Semitism, and graphic footage of the car attack.

Featured image from NBC news.