right rally: There's no easy way out, says Mayor Michael Signer, according to NOW Magazine. The recovery is going to continue for years. Months after Charlottesville, Virginia, became the scene of a deadly Unite The Right rally, residents are still dealing with the trauma. It's not just the physical violence that people were subjected to. Last week, more than 700 people in the community attended a workshop on healing, says Signer, who was in Toronto on November 29 to deliver a lecture at Ryerson University entitled Democracy In The Age Of Trump Trials, Tribulations And Resilience, as part of the student-led International Issues Discussion series on contemporary issues. It's also the visual violence, the actual terror that occurred. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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