‘No Hate’ rally in West Michigan follows violence in Virginia

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KALAMAZOO, Mich - A rally held late Saturday evening in Kalamazoo, denouncing the violence that transpired at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

FOX17' s Rebecca Russell spoke with one of the rally organizers in Kalamazoo, and has more in the video above.

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  • Kevin Rahe

    With white supremacists on one side and Black Lives Matter – which isn’t primarily about racism but rather uses race to promote an unrelated agenda – on the other, there is no place for me to stand in this matter. Some of what people on both sides say is right, but we need a more reasonable voice that points out that confederate monuments and flags aren’t a contemporary sign of disdain for anyone but that on the other hand removing them won’t eliminate the divisions between people that obviously do exist today.