Thousands of anti-racism protesters, collect at D.C.’s Lafayette Square to oppose white nationalists πŸ—žπŸ‘

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Thousands of individuals, principally anti-racism counterprotesters, have descended on Lafayette Square throughout from the White House to oppose a white nationalist rally occurring elsewhere within the public park on Sunday.

The folks have been divided into a number of teams, with a big contigent of cops separating the counterprotesters from the attendees of the β€œUnite the Right 2” rally marking the one-year anniversary of a lethal gathering in Charlottesville, Virginia.

One group of about 50 folks fashioned a peaceable meditation circle. Anther group consisting of some clergy and different anti-racism demonstrators chanted β€œYou don’t want no problem, no problem with me!”

A 3rd group of anti-fascism, or antifa, demonstrators shoved some media apart as they approached the sq., chanting β€œWe remember Charlottesville.” Antifa activists have been identified to have interaction in violent confrontations with these they oppose.

As they made their manner alongside Pennsylvania Avenue to Lafayette Square, some yelled β€œmake way” at different pedestrians. A small group of antifa protesters in crimson stood in entrance of a police barricade, chanting β€œCops and Klan go hand in hand.”

Meanwhile, darkening skies threatened rain over the park.

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