'Take down the monuments’: Protesters march in Richmond after Charlottesville violence

Hundreds of anti-fascist protesters marched through Richmond on Sunday night.

— -- Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Richmond, Virginia on Sunday night chanting anti-Confederate slogans one day after a woman was killed during a protest in nearby Charlottesville.

ABC affiliate WRIC reported the protest took place on the Virginia Commonwealth University campus, where marchers stopped at a statue of Robert E. Lee and chanted "take down the monuments." One protester was arrested, according to Richmond police.

During the protest, a person also climbed a statue of J.E.B. Stuart and waved an anti-fascist flag, ABC8 reported.

The demonstrations came one day after a driver plowed into a group of anti-fascist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia -- about an hour west of Richmond. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed and 19 others were injured in the ramming attack.