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NAACP rallies to remove Stone Mountain monument
The NAACP has joined efforts in Atlanta to change Confederate street names and remove monuments like Stone Mountain.
Firefighters and lifeguards form human chain to rescue swimmer
Plus, bachelor party stranded at sea; death of comedian and civil rights activist, Dick Gregory.
Erasing history?: The debate over Confederate monuments
ABC News' Martha Raddatz sits down with Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney, co-CEO of the American Civil War Museum Christy Coleman, and Charlottesville City Councilor Kristin Szakos to discuss the debate over Confederate monuments.
Jerry Falwell Jr. on President Trump: He 'doesn't say what's politically correct'
Trump supporter and Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. joins "This Week."
Remembering activist and comedian Dick Gregory
The trailblazing black comedian is being remembered both for his humor and his civil rights activism.
Candlelight vigil marches through Charlottesville
We give me begin with a powerful show of solidarity and peace in Charlottesville Virginia. Just days after the city erupted in deadly violence. Hundreds of people descended on the University of Virginia campus overnight singing together and honoring those who died. That gathering happened in the
Trump under fire for characterization of Charlottesville protesters
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and Cokie Roberts discuss President Trump's suggestion that "good people" were protesting the removal of a monument to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville.
SPECIAL REPORT: President Trump remarks turn from infrastructure to Charlottesville response
Trump defended his initial statement that he made about the violence in Charlottesville on Saturday, saying that he wanted to make sure that he had the facts before speaking again on the issue.
Inside what happened at the Charlottesville protests
A white supremacist saying he's ready to die for his convictions and a political activist saying he's exposing evil were at an event that ended with one woman dead and at least 19 injured.
Suspected driver in Charlottesville ramming charged with murder
20 year-old James Fields made his first court appearance today; he was reportedly seen chanting "white power" at the rally.