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  • Activist Yvette Felarca says anti-fascist rally at the Capitol will prevent more violence

    Yvette Felarca, from the activist group By Any Means Necessary in Oakland, says their violent reaction to a white supremacist rally at the California Capitol Sunday will help prevent violence against immigrant communities by dissuading other supremacist groups from holding events.

Activist Yvette Felarca says anti-fascist rally at the Capitol will prevent more violence

Yvette Felarca, from the activist group By Any Means Necessary in Oakland, says their violent reaction to a white supremacist rally at the California Capitol Sunday will help prevent violence against immigrant communities by dissuading other supremacist groups from holding events.
Ellen Garrison The Sacramento Bee