What It Felt Like to Be Latina in Charlottesville We learn the story of Natalie Romero, one of the 19 people injured during the Unite the Right rally, when a man rammed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of people protesting white nationalism.
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What It Felt Like to Be Latina in Charlottesville

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What It Felt Like to Be Latina in Charlottesville

What It Felt Like to Be Latina in Charlottesville

What It Felt Like to Be Latina in Charlottesville

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We learn the story of Natalie Romero, one of the 19 people injured during the Unite the Right rally, when a man rammed his Dodge Challenger into a crowd of people protesting white nationalism.