The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education condemns the hateful bigotry displayed at the combined white supremacist movement rally in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend.

The manifestation of extreme hate and loss of life is something we have not seen in many years in America. We once again bear the scars of hate and vow to stand tall and commit to our continued dedication to enlighten all people, of all races, religions and creeds through education against hate.

No act of bigotry, intolerance, hate, violence and injustice should be tolerated in our free Democratic society.

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