Ann Arbor Virtual Conversation To Take Aim At White Supremacy And Hold Hate Groups Accountable

Feb 24, 2021

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In August of 2017, white supremacists and neo-Nazi groups violently attacked a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.  There were numerous injuries and one death.  Since, armed protesters have invaded the Capitol building in Lansing and led an insurrection at the nation's Capitol.  Tonight, State Representative Felicia Brabec of Ann Arbor will moderate a discussion put forth by Integrity First for America, a non-partisan, non-profit civil rights organization supporting a lawsuit by a group of Charlottesville residents. 


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Felicia Brabec

Integrity First for America

"Fighting White Supremacy: From Charlottesville to Capitol Hill" (The event is co-sponsored by:)

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