GREENSBORO, N.C.-- Three people died and dozens others were injured Saturday when white nationalist groups clashed with counter protesters in Charlottesville, Va.
One of the three deaths came after a driver of a silver Dodge Charger plowed into one of the groups streaming away from the rally at Emancipation Park through the narrow downtown streets.
The violence prompted a news conference by President Donald Trump and dozens of social media responses from current and former lawmakers from around the country.
The violence in Charlottesville moved people here in the Triad to host a community vigil.
Here's a list:
SUNDAY, August 13
Greensboro - Candles for Charlottesville: Unity and Social Justice; 7pm-8pm at the Governmental Plaza Downtown (110 Greene St) The vigil is hosted by Indivisible Piedmont and Guilford County Democratic Party.
Winston-Salem - Winston-Salem Vigil of Unity; 7pm - Merschel Plaza (Corner of Trade and Fourth St). The vigil is being hosted by the Young Democrats and Young Republicans of Forsyth County.
Saxapahaw (Alamance County) The Alamance NAACP- hosting a vigil at 6:00pm, at The Haw River Ballroom, 1711 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Rd, Saxapahaw, NC
Charlotte: Vigil For Charlottesville; 8pm in Marshall Park
MONDAY, August 14
Winston-Salem - 7pm at Blood Bought Word International Ministry
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