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.

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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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