James Fields

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 A poster for a  memorial service for Heather Heyer, who was killed when James Fields drove  into a crowd of people protesting against a white supremacist rally. Photograph:  by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Self-described neo-Nazi James Fields, who was convicted of killing Heather Heyer by ramming his car into a crowd protesting a white-supremacist rally (...)

 Jason Kessler (C)  marches to the White House on the anniversary of last year’s ‘Unite the Right’ rally, in Washington, DC, US. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

The “Unite the Right 2” rally, organised to coincide with the anniversary of last year’s violence at a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Vir(...)

 Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer  was killed by a member of a right-wing grouping during a protest in Virginia last month. Photograph: Justin Ide/Reuters

Cork City Council has extended its sympathies to the family and friends of an anti-racism activist killed when she was mown down by a member of a righ(...)

“Chauvinism and toxic masculinity are the calling cards of those who descended on Charlottesville.”  Photograph: Mykal McEldowney/Indianapolis Star via AP

It’s hardly a surprise that Christopher Cantwell, the white supremacist made infamous by a chilling Vice report on the violence and death in Charlotte(...)

People participate in a candlelight vigil at the University of Virginia Wednesday night in Charlottesville. Photograph: Andrew Shurtleff /The Daily Progress/AP

With tears and defiant tributes, hundreds of purple-clad people packed an historic Charlottesville theatre to remember the 32-year-old woman killed wh(...)

There was clear and indisputable video evidence of the white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville last weekend. Their faces weren’t hidden under the traditional attire of hoods and robes. Photograph: Edu Bayer/New York Times

All of 100 years ago, a US supreme court justice, Louis Brandeis, had this to say about wrong-doing: “Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for so(...)

Torch-bearing white nationalists rally around a statue of Robert E Lee, the Confederate general, near the University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville. Photograph: Edu Bayer/The New York Times

Eight years ago, as the nation’s first black president took office, pundits debated whether Barack Obama’s election marked the rise of a “post-racial (...)