Photos: Hundreds gather for anti-hate rally in Princeton

Several hundred people filled Palmer Square on Sunday to condemn the violence and racism in Charlottesville, Va., and call for unity. The event, “We Stand with Charlottesville,” was sponsored by several community groups.

Another vigil will be held Tuesday, Aug. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Hopewell United Methodist Church. The church is located at 20 Blackwell Avenue in Hopewell. The vigil is being sponsored by the Hopewell Council of Churches.

 

Participants at the “We Stand with Charlottesville” rally listen to brief speeches. Photo: Andre Veloux.
Many attendees carried signs at the rally. The event drew several hundred people even though it was organized late Saturday. Photo: Andre Veloux.
“Say no to white supremacy” Photo: Krystal Knapp.
Hate has no home here. Photo: Krystal Knapp

The crowd at the rally. Photo: Janie Hermann.
Tiger Park on Palmer Square was full. Photo: Janie Hermann.

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