How last year's Charlottesville rally still impacts the community
This weekend marks one year since the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia and the group “Unite the Right” is marking the anniversary with a rally in Washington, D.C. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down the rally’s impact on the Charlottesville community and the scars that are still healing.
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