Social media users have taken to outing protesters who over the weekend participated in a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, that quickly turned violent and raised the national consciousness about the rise of the “alt-right” and racism in the United States.

In the aftermath of the “Unite the Right” rally and a counterprotest this weekend, at least one of the protesters was fired by his employer, according to reports.

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