Anti-hate rally set for Sunday afternoon on Palmer Square in Princeton

The scene on Palmer Square Saturday night, where people gathered to condemn the racism and bigotry on display in Charlottesville, Va. They also remembered the victims of the violence there. 

A coalition of several area groups will hold a unity vigil and rally on Palmer Square at 2 p.m. on Sunday in response to the white supremacist march and violence in Charlottesville, Va.

The event, “We Stand with Charlottesville,” is open to the public. Anyone who wants to peacefully and stand against hate is welcome to participate.

Several people gathered on Palmer Square Saturday night for a vigil against white supremacy, fascism, anti-Semitism, bigotry and violence.

The Sunday event is sponsored by Indivisible groups, Women’s March organizers, Democracy for America, the Working Families Party, Resist Here, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.


  1. But BLM are anti-Semites. So, how would anti-Semitism be part of this vigil? it is confusing.

  2. Thank you to everyone who showed up Saturday night to make this statement. They did a better job responding to hate than the current president. I’m very proud of them, and happy to share a community with them.

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