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Charlottesville mayor says city still hasn't healed a year after deadly rally

Police in Washington and Charlottesville, Virginia are bracing for protests and counter-protests this weekend on the first anniversary of a notorious Unite the Right rally. Violence during that white supremacist gathering in Charlottesville left one woman dead. A state of emergency is in effect there and in other parts of Virginia this weekend. Margaret Brennan speaks to Charlottesville’s first African-American mayor in a preview of Sunday’s “Face the Nation.”
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