WASHINGTON (RNS) — Clergy of a range of faiths are gathering in the nation’s capital for a demonstration for racial justice on the 54th anniversary of the March on Washington.

The Ministers March for Justice, expected to proceed Monday (Aug. 28) from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to the Justice Department, originally was planned to protest increased hate crimes, mass incarceration and discrimination and to call on the Trump administration and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to address those issues.

But the recent violence in Charlottesville, Va., where neo-Nazi, white supremacist and white nationalist protesters clashed with anti-racism activists, prompted increased

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