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WEDNESDAY – SEPTEMBER 27 – 6 pm EST
Support Rally Town Hall Meeting 

Location: Mt. Zion First African Baptist Church
105 Lankford Avenue – Charlottesville

A Town Hall Meeting and support rally will feature testimonies from many victims of violence by white nationalist on August 12, 2017.
 
THURSDAY – SEPTEMBER 28 – 12 Noon EST
Victims of Neo-Nazi Violent Attacks and City of Charlottesville’s Negligence

and Deliberate Indifference Speak Out
Location: Emancipation Park – Market and Jefferson Streets –Charlottesville

WASHINGTON, DC – Attorney Shabazz will hold a press conference at the site of the Robert Lee Statue (Monument Avenue and Allen Avenue) to present claims from several victims of White supremacist attacks this past August. New revelations of Charlottesville’s role in the calamity of August 12, 2017, where white supremacist participated in the mass march will be presented. Legal action may be forthcoming against specific individual white supremacists as well as the City of Charlottesville for violations of the Constitutional Rights of its Black citizens. 

 http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2017/08/18/corey-long-protest-photo-charlottesville-sot-ctn.cnn


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Black Lawyers for Justice http://www.blfjustice.org/ 

Black Power Movement  
http://www.blackpower-movement.org/





CHARLOTTESVILLE VICTIMS GET SUPPORT FROM BLFJ

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Charlottesville, VA

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (NEWSPLEX) -- The City of Charlottesville could be facing another lawsuit stemming from the violence of the August 12 Unite the Right rally.

At a press conference in front of the shrouded Robert E. Lee monument in Emancipation Park, a Maryland-based group called Black Lawyers for Justice announced an ongoing investigation into the city's role in planning and policing the event.

""I must say that a civil rights and human rights lawsuit is imminent," said Malik Z. Shabazz, the group's president, offering words of support to black residents in Central Virginia after the violent white nationalist rally.

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