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Charlottesville Victim's Legacy Defined By Hope

Heather Heyer — her tragic death in Charlottesville a year ago brought a nation to tears, but her mother is making sure that her legacy is defined by hope for the future.

08/10/2018 11:01 PM

13 comments

  • Amber V.
    08/14/2021 11:24

    It was four years ago, in 2017

  • Federico M.
    08/13/2021 15:05

    White supremacist 💩💩💩💩

  • Phil K.
    08/13/2021 03:52

    Show her REAL Picture By the way when you are 300 pounds you should not be in the middle of the road.

  • Linda B.
    08/13/2021 03:19

    She is a beautiful lady, and I have a lot of respect for her! She raised a wonderful daughter and her loss should never be forgotten.💙

  • Lynda H.
    08/13/2021 01:40

    Protesting hatred and racism is a sacred right in America! anyone who thinks protestors, even when you disagree with them, deserve to be hurt or killed, is no American! but a fascist, goose-stepping moron.

  • Zerri X.
    08/13/2021 01:08

    Disgusting, callous, people are revealing themselves in these comments. Basically saying that anyone in a protest is rightfully fair game for violence/death, this is a major red flag. For all we know this type of person/people could potentially do the same thing or even worse. Let's make them famous.

  • Mark W.
    08/12/2021 23:20

    Then the hypocrite leftest burn down our country

  • Richard M.
    08/12/2021 19:36

    Your child put herself in a position to get hurt

  • Ezell J.
    08/12/2021 17:36

    🙏🏾😡😢❤️

  • Emran M.
    08/12/2021 17:16

    https://youtube.com/shorts/tM3WFOw7DGk?feature=share

  • Neal A.
    08/12/2021 17:12

    There was not one cop there at the time and no police for several minutes. Check the film. The police let them protest without any protection so they wouldn't be offended or something. I put no fault on her, but maybe just ignoring the alt-right and supremacists would have been wise, instead of picking fights, which escalated to this. That goes for the media also, that only contributed to this disaster.

  • Candy E.
    08/30/2019 12:23

    There really are no words when you lose a child but some how this woman found some. She is truly a blessing

  • Kevin E.
    08/21/2019 23:53

    She is nicer than I will ever choose to be about this . . .

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