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Here’s How Celebs are Reacting to the White Supremacy Violence in Charlottesville

This weekend, radical violence erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia when white nationalists congregated to march across the University of Virginia campus. The “Unite the Right” rally—organized in response to the city’s plan to remove a Confederate general statue—saw hundreds of alt-right supporters carry tiki torches and chant “white lives matter” and “you will not replace us.

Anti-racism and anti-fascism activists arrived in the city to counter the alt-right protests, resulting in ongoing violence that has left at least three dead and many more injured.

Celebrities have turned to social media to offer support for Charlottesville, condemning the hate and sharing condolences for those murdered.

Lena Dunham

And the hits just keep on coming from @artistcalledlo #mondaymotivation #lifetimemotivation

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Miley Cyrus

If you're not outraged , you're not paying attention….. sending love to all and healing to those injured !

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Bella Hadid

Kim Kardashian West

Jennifer Lopez

We are stronger than you!! #loveisstrongerthanhate

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Jessica Alba

Seth Rogen

Demi Lovato

Pharrell Williams

If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention. #myselfie

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Lady Gaga


Reese Witherspoon

Thank you for this @cleowade #loveistheway

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Olivia Wilde

Ashley Tisdale

Kerry Washington

Spent the morning at @hammer_museum Fed my heart and my mind and my spirit. Scroll through. Listen. Breathe. Love. Be. #WeMatter

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Amy Schumer

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Olivia Munn

? #charlottesville

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Sarah Silverman

Rowan Blanchard

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