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>> Taking to the streets of Charlottesville one year after a white nationalist gathering turned deadly, students and left-wing activists turn their focus toward police.>> Who do you serve?>> Who do you serve?>> Who do you serve?>> The chants heard Saturday underscore the resentment that still exists toward police and the University of Virginia a year after torch-bearing Neo-Nazis marched through campus, shouting anti-Semitic messages and clashing with counter protesters.
00:00:26
Several students said they were angry that the police response was far larger this year compared with last year, when the white nationalist rally met with a mostly subdued police response. The violence culminated in the death of 32-year-old Heather Heyer, killed when James Alex Fields Jr. allegedly drove his car into a gathering of counter protesters.
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Saturdays demonstrations ended peacefully. The organizer of last year's rally, blogger Jason Kessler, moved his protest to Sunday in Washington after being denied a permit in Charlottesville.