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Southern Californians come out in force to condemn Charlottesville violence – Orange County Register

They mourned. They marched. They demanded leadership and accountability.

Southern Californians of various ages, backgrounds and faiths condemned bigotry and violence a day after an Ohio man allegedly plowed his car into a crowd that was protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed as she crossed the street and at least 19 others were injured.

“I can’t sit home and just be ignorant to what’s happening even though it might not be directly affecting me in my home,” said Zoya Abbas, 17, of South Pasadena at a rally and march that drew hundreds outside Los Angeles City Hall on Sunday.

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