The Inquirer, “Unite the Right plans D.C. rally a year after Charlottesville violence”

The controversial Unite the Right movement will hold another protest, a year after the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., left one dead and 35 injured when a car plowed through counter-protesters.

Counter-protesters are again expected to confront the white nationalists, this time in Washington, D.C. Last year’s events sparked debate across the country about the place for Confederate and other controversial monuments.

Here’s a look at what’s expected for this weekend’s events and a recap of what happened in the 2017 deadly rally and its repercussions nationwide, including in Philadelphia.

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