The Rally "Unite the Right 2" is referred to as the "White Civil Rights Convention" to protest "Civil Rights Abuse in Charlottesville".
The demonstrations on Sunday and the rallies take place in an atmosphere of heightened spirits
This week, NFL players continued their protests against police violence against blacks in the first preseason games, holding their fists up, kneeling, or rested during the national anthem.
"We've always behaved like black life did not matter, as if colored people never played a role," said Susan Bro, mother of the counter-protester who was killed last year in Charlottesville, told CNN Anderson Cooper on Friday. "We did not treat people with color the way we want to be treated, and I call that."
More than 400 people are expected to attend the national white state demonstration on Sunday, Jason Kessler, the same person who last year organized the "Unite the Right" rally to counter the renaming of two parks in honor of the Confederate generals.
White Nationalists, Neo-Nazis and Ku Members Attended Klux Klan
Attendees are expected to meet at 1
7.00 at Foggy Bottom Subway Station in Washington prior to the march to Lafayette Square Park, opposite the White House, according to the request for approval.
You will not be alone. A series of counter-protests are planned throughout the day in Washington, led by members of 40 anti-racist groups. For example, the "Shut it Down" coalition planned its own rally that started around noon to fight "Unite the Right 2".
Black Lives Matter DC is holding the "Rise Up Fight Back Counter-Protest" between 2pm and 7pm, just one block from where "Unite the Right 2" is supposed to be.
In the past, similar right-wing demonstrations of counter-protests have been overshadowed.
For example, at a separate Ku Klux Klan meeting in Charlottesville in July 2017, where Klansmen were 20 to 1, according to Charlottesville officials.
The Sunday rallies come at a time when the wounds of last year's battle collapsed in Charlottesville. Especially with regard to the death of priestess Heather Heyer, who was killed when a suspected neo-Nazi sympathizer drove a car into a crowd.
Metropolitan Police Chief Peter Newsham said that the officers will try to keep the protesters and the extreme right-wing protests separate. Weapons are banned near the rendezvous, regardless of whether or not a person has permission to carry the firearm.
"Our job is to ensure that we have a first-amendment event that does not involve any violence or destruction of property," Newsham said at a Monday news conference, according to CNN attendee WTOP. "We intend to do the entire "As the capital of the country, we receive millions of visitors every year," said DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, a Democrat, in a statement. "Fortunately very, very few share the views expressed in Lafayette Park on Sunday. "
" Washington DC is a city of love, inclusion and diversity, "she continued," and like millions of Americans across the country – we know that the people who come here to hate each other and sow the division are wrong.
Trump condemns "all kinds of racism"
President Trump – who Englisch: www.wcc-assembly.info/en/theme-issu…duction.html He further condemned racial segregation in America – condemning the events of the past year in Charlottesville in a Saturday morning tweet, saying they "led to meaningless death and separation."
"We must come together as a nation," he wrote, "I condemn all kinds of racism and violence. Peace for ALL Americans! "
It was a departure from his comments a year ago when he said" very good people "were among the white racists in Charlottesville, triggering a political firestorm that lasted for days and into one New York's notorious press conference in Trump's lobby culminated
Charlottesville hosts vigils, memorials
As Washington prepared for potential masses of white nationalists, Charlottesville itself focused primarily on healing the community , with a series of vigils and memorial services on the weekend.
On Saturday, several crowds appeared in the city, which was in a state of emergency along with the Commonwealth of Virginia.
They were surrounded by a large police presence and a safe perimeter in the city Downtown as well as numerous roadblocks received and parking restrictions as part of d he efforts to prevent a violent outbreak.
A group of leftist demonstrators, known as Antifa – shorthand for antifascists – silently marched on Saturday afternoon to the site of the death of Heyer, where those who wanted to pay had their attention Chalk used to write messages of remembrance on the street and on the walls of neighboring buildings.
Kessler had applied for approval from the City of Charlottesville to hold a memorial event to commemorate the "Unite the Right" rally this weekend, but withdrew his request at a federal court hearing at the end of last month, city officials said.
The hearing was part of his lawsuit against Charlottesville after refusing his application for approval because it "posed a threat to public safety".
CNN's Holly Yan, Kaylee Hartung and Emanuella Grinberg have contributed to this report.