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El Pueblo condemns White Supremacist terrorist attacks in Charlottesville

From Angeline Echeverria, Executive Director of El Pueblo Inc:

El Pueblo stands with the victims of the white supremacist terrorist attack which occurred this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. As an organization dedicated to the dismantling of systemic racism and xenophobia, we were appalled by both the Nazi rally and the violence used against counter protesters who stood up against fascism and injustice in our society. We urge our friends and allies to remain vigilant of both overt and subtle forms of white supremacy in our communities, and to look after one another in these uncertain times.

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