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Her father was slammed last year for saying that there was "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides" in the wake of the riots, which left 32-year-old Heather Heyer dead.

Taking, as ever, to Twitter, the 45th President of the United States referred to last year's incidents as "senseless death and division" and urged the entire nation to come together as one. But, he added, "The state police is fully prepared to act on any inciteful violence". "Peace to ALL Americans!" the president tweeted.

And while the authors of the book make the rounds of the media to promote their work (which are yet to attract any legal action or restriction) Washington braces itself for a white nationalist rally on Sunday, when liberals - who are holding a counter-protest - will come face-to-face with a core Trump constituency they see as dregs of America. "Unless there is something they're not telling us and have some intelligence that the white nationalists will still march in force, it seems like who they're gearing up to monitor and observe and contain and discipline are those of us who want to resist fascism and racism".

As the group and other counter-protestors head for the nation's capital, Hogan has instructed Maryland State agencies to be ready to respond and to coordinate in advance with DC officials.

A vehicle that plowed through a crowd of counter protesters at the Charlottesville white nationalist rally pictured above.

The founder of last year's event organized a march Sunday in Washington, D.C.

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"People are welcome into the community, people are invited into the community", she said.

That quaint Virginia college town, still wrestling with slavery's legacy, was the scene of protests, violent clashes and the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, who was struck down by a speeding auto that plowed into a group of counterprotesters.

The security measures alarmed activists but reassured others who said they have painful memories of last year's chaos.

"This anniversary is also a time to look forward". Many students say they are upset that the university did not warn them about this in advance, especially since it falls as many students are moving in for the new school year.

Ryan recalled how a group of students and community members faced off against the white supremacist marchers near a statue of Thomas Jefferson on campus, calling it a "remarkable moment of courage and bravery".

Two Virginia state troopers who were monitoring the rally were later killed in the line of duty when their helicopter crashed.

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Charlottesville, Virginia denied a permit for this repeat event, so organizers chose to move it up north to Lafayette Park, right in front of the White House.

"Kessler doesn't have the entire park", said Makia Green, a core member of Black Lives Matter D.C. organizing the local response.

Carlson said police didn't intervene to help her or her friends that night a year ago.

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, and city officials in Charlottesville announced a state of emergency would be in effect Friday through Sunday in that city and parts of Northern Virginia, outside Washington.

A group, Anti-fascism demonstrators, march past lunchtime diners in the downtown area in anticipation of the anniversary of last year's Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018.

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