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Photos: Aspen rally condemns racism, remembers Charlottesville victim

From the gazebo at Paepcke Park on Sunday, husband and wife Howard and Betty Wallach condemned the weekend's racism and violence that unfolded in Charlottesville, Virginia. Howard Wallach is president of the Pitkin County Democratic Party, which put on the last-minute vigil.
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