Rallies and vigils held across the country Sunday aimed to "Stand in Solidarity" with Charlottesville, Virginia in the wake of Saturday's violent protests.
Denouncing the white nationalist viewpoints behind the day's three deaths and dozens more injuries, the event's organizers say they seek to remember those lost and reinforce the values of peace, love and acceptance many feel have been jeopardized.
Organizations like Democracy for America, Mi Familia Vota, Greenpeace, Sierra Club, CODEPINK and many others are banding together to coordinate the occasion.
Two protests are taking place in downtown Seattle on Sunday.
The first demonstration, called "Solidarity Against Hate," began at around 1 p.m. PST with 860 people on social media saying they planned to attend.
The group says they are counter-protesting an event called the "Freedom Rally."
The rally is hosted by a group called Patriot Prayer, and about 200 people said they would attend on the group's Facebook page.
In North Carolina, many participated in a demonstration at Henderson County Historic Courthouse, WLOS reports.
Vigils and other "peace gatherings" are planned for elsewhere across the state later in the day, WLOS reports.
Near Washington, D.C., rallies will be held later in the day at the National World War II Memorial, Lafayette Park and Pennsylvania Ave.
"The vigil will be a time to remember and pray for those who were injured and killed at the rally in Charlottesville today, and for healing in that community," the mayor of Roanoke's office wrote in a statement. "It will also be an opportunity to affirm Roanoke's commitment to be an inclusive community and to stand united together."
In Pensacola, Florida, groups came together "to denounce" the violent events at Charlottesville, WEAR reports.
"March on Oklahoma" is hosting the vigil and it's set to start at 6 p.m. local time at the John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park.
The group posted this message on their Facebook event page: "Let's stand in solidarity against the hate, racism, and white supremacy that took place in Charlottesville this weekend. Together, we're stronger. Let's show Tulsa that these acts WILL NOT be tolerated."
"Our hearts and thoughts are with everyone Standing Up Against Racism and white supremacy in Charlottesville, Virginia," organizers of the event in Traverse City, Michigan, stated. "We are saddened by the loss of life and injuries to those brave enough to stand up against the cowardly racist terrorists."
The event will be held from 7 p.m. ET until 9 p.m. ET at Washington Square Park downtown.
"To protest the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, created by hate groups and domestic terrorists who have pushed their hateful message of white supremacy, fascism, anti-semitism, and bigotry, Action Together Rochester and Indivisible Rochester are holding a rally to stand in solidarity with Charlottesville." "Action Together Rochester" said in a Facebook event post.
On Saturday, the Portland, Oregon chapter of the NAACP gathered at the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial statue at the Oregon Convention Center around 3 p.m. to "stand against racism," KATU reports.
Portland's Queer Liberation Front also planned a protest outside Pioneer Courthouse downtown. The group began gathering around 5 PM, and moved to Chapman Square a short while later.
The event description on Facebook reads, "Today, Neo Nazis rammed a vehicle into a crowd of counter protesters after a KKK and Nazi rally in Charlottesville, VA. Police defended the armed rally as they attacked counter protesters throughout the day. Wear black, come stand in solidarity. Mourn the dead---fight like hell for the living."
A complete list of events can be found on indivisibleguide.com.
WJLA contributed to this report.