For Immediate Release
Helen Kalla | email@example.com
Statement on Charlottesville
WASHINGTON - On Saturday night, Indivisible co-executive directors Ezra Levin and Leah Greenberg made the following statement on the events in Charlottesville, VA.
“This weekend, hate groups and domestic terrorists went to Charlottesville, VA to push their vile message of white supremacy, fascism, anti-Semitism, and bigotry.
“There, they waged violence on unarmed anti-racists, killing and injuring these Americans. We mourn for the lives that were lost, and we will honor all those under attack by congregating against hate in our own communities.
“In addition to condemning openly violent acts motivated by racism and nationalism, we must also confront white supremacy in all its sinister forms—including structural racism in our criminal justice system, our education system, our financial system, and throughout our society. We have so much more work to do to move towards liberation, and we will not let acts of terror of a small minority hold our country back.
“Tonight and tomorrow, we will join our fellow Americans across the country to hold events to show solidarity with those who bravely stood against the white supremacists in Charlottesville, and for all who stand to lose under the hateful, bigoted agenda they push. We stand indivisible in our commitment against oppression.”
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