The scene has spoken out against the alt-right violence and protests taking place in Charlottesville, with more than 100 alt-right activists, white nationalists and neo-Confederates marching through University of Virginia’s campus, according to CBS.

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According to CNN, a state of emergency has been issued by Virginia's governor after the “Unite the Right” rally was declared unlawful, causing eruptions of violence between torch-bearing demonstrators and counter-protesters.

Since the protest began, there have been three deaths. 32-year-old Heather Heyer was killed on Saturday after a car drove into a group of counterprotesters that had gathered to oppose the “Unite The Right” rally. According to CNN, 19 others were injured in the purposeful crash.

Lt. Cullen and Trooper-Pilot Bates died in a helicopter crash outside the Charlottesville city limits on their way to assist with efforts during the rally as well.

“Virginia State Police Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen and Trooper-Pilot Berke M. M. Bates were working with the Charlottesville Police and their brothers and sisters in the Virginia State Police to help ensure the safety of the many city residents and visitors who were in Charlottesville yesterday. These men gave their lives in the line of duty and our gratitude to them cannot be overstated, Washington, D.C.'s WJLA shared.

In response to the violence and hatred, people around the country have united in solidarity with Charlottesville. See how the country united in support below:

Jamie Tworkowski, To Write Love On Her Arms:

Washington, D.C.:


Very peaceful #standwithcharlottesville vigil for #peace last night at the @whitehouse. #charlottesville #solidarity

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New York City:









If you would like to show your support for Charlottesville, there has been a donation page launched that you can check out here.

Our thoughts are with those who have lost their lives—and those who are bravely using their voice—as we stand with Charlottesville.