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Charlottesville vigil planned for Saturday night in Salisbury

Staff report

SALISBURY — Two community organizations — Women for Community Justice and Salisbury Indivisible — will hold a vigil in honor of the woman who lost her life and those who were injured in the Charlottesville, Virginia, protests last weekend.

“Let this be a time of healing, mourning and lamenting the loss of lives in the battle for justice and equality,” a poster announcing the vigil reads.

The vigil will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Gateway Park at Innes and Depot streets.

People are encouraged to bring flashlights, tambourines, drums and signs that express “peace, love and unity.”

For more information, email the organizers at alheggins@humanpraxisinstitute.com or reneewimbish@gmail.com.

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