“Inform me once more how right now’s school college students are scared snowflakes.”
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The march got here earlier than Saturday's “Unite the Right” protest in opposition to the proposed elimination of a statue of Accomplice Basic Robert E. Lee in Emancipation Park, previously known as Lee Park.
Fights broke out on the Friday evening march, with a number of studies of counter-protesters being pepper sprayed by the white nationalists, in line with native paper Cavalier Daily.
The teams have been separated by legislation enforcement, who declared a wrongful meeting.
“This isn’t one thing that we thought would ever occur, that we might ever see in our lifetime,” Alex Spratley, a second-year scholar who counter-protested, instructed the Cavalier Day by day. “It’s wild.”