'Rally Against Hate' held Friday night in downtown Tulsa

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TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:

  • Hundreds gathered in downtown Tulsa Friday for a rally against hate.
  • It started around 5 p.m. outside City Hall and will end with a march to John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park.
  • According to event organizers, the rally is stand in solidarity with Virginia against racism, bigotry and sexism.
  • Last Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, a woman was killed when a rally of white nationalists became violent. A car was driven into a crowd of counter protesters.
  • WATCH FOX23 Hector Mejia's full report above.


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