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'If you're not outraged you're not paying attention': Charlottesville says farewell to Heather Heyer amid national outrage

The city of Charlottesville has celebrated the life of Heather Heyer, a passionate, righteous young woman who “made us pay attention” and who was killed during a neo-Nazi-led protest that has turned into Donald Trump’s latest, distracting controversy. Five days after she was killed when an accused white supremacist allegedly drove into her with a car, hundreds of people packed into the city’s Paramount Theatre to hear from family and friends, and the people she worked with.
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