A white nationalist rally in the heart of Washington drew two dozen demonstrators and thousands of chanting counter-protesters, to mark the first anniversary of racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Police mobilises hundreds of officers as anti-fascist activists rally peacefully in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia to mark the anniversary of last summer's white supremacist violence.
From Charlottesville to the "Take a knee" protests, the issue of race and inequality increasingly made headlines in the US in 2017.
Knee jerk reactions from leaders to incidents like the London bombing isolate Muslims and hinder the fight to prevent violent extremism.
Under pressure from lawmakers, Trump signs into law a Congressional resolution condemning white supremacists and other hate groups.
Trump has been widely criticized for using divisive language after clashes between white supremacist groups and those opposed to them.
Around 200 people have begun walking from Charlottesville to Washington to protest against a far-right rally in the Virginia city.
The statues commemorate the American South, which had a slave-based economy. Many were torn down after the August 12 Charlottesville white supremacist rally in which a counter-protester died, but the argument for and against the monuments continues.
As torch-wielding white supremacists marched through Charlottesville, a symbol of a Polynesian cultural hero is tainted by association.
A “Free Speech” rally organised by the far-right was dwarfed by tens of thousands of protesters in a face-off which grew heated but remained mostly non-violent. At least 33 people were arrested, largely for “scuffles”.
Heather Heyer, 32, who was killed by a suspected white nationalist who crashed his car into anti-racist protesters, was devoted to social justice. Her mother says they tried to “to shut her up. Well guess what? You just magnified her.”
Business executives break ties with Trump a day after he blamed white nationalists and counter-protesters in equal measure for weekend clashes that left one woman dead. Officials worry if General John Kelly could not discipline Trump, no one can.
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