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It's two am. I have to work in the morning, but I'm having some trouble sleeping. Here in Richmond, in two days, whether we like it or not, we're going to play host to a rally in "support" of keeping a monument to Robert E. Lee.

The city is on edge, as a whole it seems. Local news coverage is consumed with it, and today there was a community meeting with the police department, an attempt to explain to the public what measures they were taking to attempt to insure the safety of everyone involved. It didn't seem very reassuring, as the police either don't want to divulge much or don't know much, and it seems to have had the opposite effect if setting people at ease was the intention.

A little over a month ago, Heather Heyer was murdered by a white nationalist terrorist in Charlottesville. If you're not familiar with Virginia's geography, it's about 45 minutes from Richmond. The two cities are fairly well connected. Both are college cities, …

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