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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.
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.
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.