Dozens march to support Charlottesville victims

STURGEON BAY – More than 75 people gathered Monday night in the City Hall parking lot for a vigil and silent march to support those who protested a Charlottesville, Va., white supremacist rally.

Three people died and dozens were injured Saturday in a day of violence in Charlottesville.

“This isn’t about politics, it’s about doing what is right, what is human,” said Kathleen Toerpe, a member of Indivisible Door County, which organized the vigil and silent march.

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