A counseling group for white students who feel nervous around people who dance on the beat and prefer seasoning was forced to rebrand itself after students at the University of Maryland objected to a flyer for a campus support group dedicated to discussing race.
White supremacists behind the original Unite the Right rally that terrorized Charlottesville, Va., in 2017 with violent protests, decided to have another riveting event. This time, in our nation’s capital. But the group was dwarfed by counter-protestors. This is their story.
People who want to show that they stand in solidarity with the marginalized groups of people who now live in fear of an uncertain future for them and their loved ones in the wake of Tuesday’s election have a special and simple way of doing so.