Rhode Islanders gathered at the State House Sunday to stand with Charlottesville, the Virginia college town just south of the Mason-Dixon line where a white supremacist rally this weekend devolved into violence and left one woman dead and 19 others injured after an alleged Nazi sympathizer is said to have sped his Dodge Charger into a crowd of counter-protesters.
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