It's been a year since violence broke out between white supremacists and counter-protestors in Charlottesville, resulting in the death of Heather Heyer who was run over by a man with far-right links. While a large part of the far-right has retreated to the online world, the movement continues to hold an influence on mainstream politics, numbing voters to candidates and ideas that a year ago would seem unacceptable. The extent of this will be measured in November's midterm elections, when voters elect new members of Congress.
People tend to believe racism isn’t still a thing that happens, but the fact of the matter is it happens all the time society is just to fucked and desensitized to it now that it has become the norm. #fightracism