Beyond Charlottesville: Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism: Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism

Beyond Charlottesville Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The former governor of Virginia tells the behind the scenes story of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and shows how we can prevent othe

  • Title: Beyond Charlottesville: Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism: Taking a Stand Against White Nationalism
  • Author: Terry McAuliffe
  • ISBN: 1250245885
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The former governor of Virginia tells the behind the scenes story of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and shows how we can prevent other Charlottesvilles from happening.When Governor Terry McAuliffe hung up the phone on the afternoon of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, he was sure Donald Tr THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER The former governor of Virginia tells the behind the scenes story of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and shows how we can prevent other Charlottesvilles from happening.When Governor Terry McAuliffe hung up the phone on the afternoon of the violent Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, he was sure Donald Trump would do the right thing as president condemn the white supremacists who d descended on the college town and who d caused McAuliffe to declare a state of emergency that morning He didn t Instead Trump declared there was hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides Trump was condemned from many sides himself, even by many Republicans, but the damage was done He d excused and thus egged on the terrorists at the moment when he could have stopped them in their tracks.In Beyond Charlottesville, McAuliffe looks at the forces and events that led to the tragedy in Charlottesville, including the vicious murder of Heather Heyer and the death of two state troopers in a helicopter accident He doesn t whitewash Virginia history and discusses a KKK protest over the removal of a statue of Robert E Lee He takes a hard real time behind the scenes look at the actions of everyone on that fateful August 12, including himself, to see what could have been done He lays out what was done afterwards to prevent future Charlottesvilles and what still needs to be done as America in general and Virginia in particular continue to grapple with their history of racism Beyond Charlottesville will be the definitive account of an infamous chapter in our history, seared indelibly into memory, sure to be cited for years as a crucial reference point in the long struggle to fight racism, extremism and hate Get A Copy Kindle Store 11.99 StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Hardcover, 192 pages Published July 30th 2019 by Thomas Dunne Books More Details ISBN 1250245885 ISBN13 9781250245885 Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Beyond Charlottesville, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 30 2.80 Rating details 51 ratings 15 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 15 More filters Sort order Aug 05, 2019 Ria Peeples rated it did not like it I was there for the August 12, 2017 white supremacist rally and car attack in Charlottesville Former Governor McAuliffe s portrayal of the events that weekend are grossly inaccurate, and his decision to donate 1 2 the proceeds of the book to the police is beyond offensive The police were responsible for terrorizing victims that day and every day and contributed greatly to the pain and suffering that survivors are still dealing with today.The summer of 2017 in Charlottesville was not just a p I was there for the August 12, 2017 white supremacist rally and car attack in Charlottesville Former Governor McAuliffe s portrayal of the events that weekend are grossly inaccurate, and his decision to donate 1 2 the proceeds of the book to the police is beyond offensive The police were responsible for terrorizing victims that day and every day and contributed greatly to the pain and suffering that survivors are still dealing with today.The summer of 2017 in Charlottesville was not just a political moment for out of touch politicians to use to prop themselves up These were real events that happened in the lives of real people, some of whom still don t have the money to pay ongoing medical bills from injuries suffered that day Shame on Terry McAuliffe for not listening to or caring about survivors flag 7 likesLike see review Aug 05, 2019 Alex rated it did not like it I was there in Charlottesville, both on July 8th and August 12th McAuliffe made decisions that put us in harms way For example, calling in the National Guard It made the situation so much dangerous for those of us showing up against this hate Further, for him to say that if we had just stayed home, everything would have been okay is plainly false We MUST show up against this hate Ignoring it doesn t make it go away It is beyond gross that he is using this book to build his politi I was there in Charlottesville, both on July 8th and August 12th McAuliffe made decisions that put us in harms way For example, calling in the National Guard It made the situation so much dangerous for those of us showing up against this hate Further, for him to say that if we had just stayed home, everything would have been okay is plainly false We MUST show up against this hate Ignoring it doesn t make it go away It is beyond gross that he is using this book to build his political cache and it is gross that half the money from this book is going to the VSP, the very people who called us motherfuckers it s part of a Federal case record Do not buy this book Do not read this book Instead, take the money you would have spent on this book and donate it to the Charlottesville fund flag 4 likesLike see review Aug 01, 2019 Mark Groeneveld rated it did not like it I m a survivor of the attack and back up the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral obligation to inhibit the convening of the largest, armed, racist, white nationalist militia group gathering in decades, but he openly idolizes the police officers who participated in and actively endorsed violence b I m a survivor of the attack and back up the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral obligation to inhibit the convening of the largest, armed, racist, white nationalist militia group gathering in decades, but he openly idolizes the police officers who participated in and actively endorsed violence by their refusal to intervene and protect anti racist activists McAuliffe represents and speaks for white liberal moderates who intellectually understand that racism is wrong but who do not want to do any of the heavy lifting associated with actual change Neither McAuliffe nor the police should profit one red cent from the book survivors of the car attack that he failed to prevent are still in need and are much worthy of support Anna Malinowski, Constance Young, Rosia Parker, and Star Peterson flag 4 likesLike see review View 2 comments Aug 06, 2019 Rachel Smith rated it did not like it Read reviews from survivors this book and the fact that McAuliffe wrote it are a slap in the face to those who actually lived through it flag 4 likesLike see review View 1 comment Aug 05, 2019 Katie Nolan rated it did not like it I m also a survivor of the Charlottesville August 2017 terrorist attack Terry McAuliffe didn t take a stand against white nationalism before the white supremacist attacked us, and he sure as hell isn t taking a stand against white nationalism now I backup the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral I m also a survivor of the Charlottesville August 2017 terrorist attack Terry McAuliffe didn t take a stand against white nationalism before the white supremacist attacked us, and he sure as hell isn t taking a stand against white nationalism now I backup the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral obligation to inhibit the convening of the largest, armed, racist, white nationalist militia group gathering in decades, but he openly idolizes the police officers who participated in and actively endorsed violence by their refusal to intervene and protect anti racist activists McAuliffe represents and speaks for white liberal moderates who intellectually understand that racism is wrong but who do not want to do any of the heavy lifting associated with actual change Neither McAuliffe nor the police should profit one red cent from the book survivors of the car attack that he failed to prevent are still in need and are much worthy of support Anna Malinowski, Constance Young, Rosia Parker, and Star Peterson flag 3 likesLike see review Aug 05, 2019 Brendan Mcquade rated it did not like it This book is neither factual nor accurate Terry McAuliffe was NOT PRESENT in Charlottesville on August 11 13 I was when i write that i was present, i mean that i was in Charlottesville, and organized, through the entire Spring and Summer of 2017 I was at the church across the street from the Jefferson statue and the Nazi torch mob I was at what was then Lee Park when the Nazis came marching in I was right there during the street fight on Market Street I caught tear gas and bear mace on th This book is neither factual nor accurate Terry McAuliffe was NOT PRESENT in Charlottesville on August 11 13 I was when i write that i was present, i mean that i was in Charlottesville, and organized, through the entire Spring and Summer of 2017 I was at the church across the street from the Jefferson statue and the Nazi torch mob I was at what was then Lee Park when the Nazis came marching in I was right there during the street fight on Market Street I caught tear gas and bear mace on the wind I know what i m god damn talking about, and this sold soul politician doesn t have a clue What happened here was distinctly different from the events as depicted by our odious former governor His unique spin on the terrorist invasion that i am lucky to have lived through is self stimulating and self exculpatory Do not believe one word of this book If you want to find out what happened, what really happened, read accounts by the survivors The truth of the matter is on Unicorn Riot and it s on It s Going Down It s in the words of Emily Gorcenski It s in the archive of the C Ville weekly newspaper It s in the account of Katie Couric You can come to Charlottesville and hear it direct from the mouths of the survivors Our sleazy, hack former Governor turned hack author is the last person you should be turning to for the truth about the damned Unite The Right disaster If i could give this book less than one star, i would McAuliffe and Jason Kessler have a cell of fire reserved in Hell for creating so much pain and suffering for my friends and my neighbors they are exactly the same to me, a survivor of August 12, 2017 flag 2 likesLike see review Aug 05, 2019 Camille Thompson rated it did not like it He was not there Please read the reviews that have been posted by survivors of the attack It is disgusting that he s profiting from this event flag 2 likesLike see review Aug 27, 2019 Leslie rated it liked it Shelves library books, non fiction I have mixed feelings about this book It is an interesting account of the neo Nazi protests in Charlottesville in August of 2017 and the events that led up to it, from the point of view of McAuliffe, who was governor of Virgania at the time However chapter 1 about his run for governor and election to the office just left a bad taste in my mouth It read like a campaign pamphlet, particularly the quotes praising Terry McAuliffe that seemed to be inserted anywhere they would fit, usually jus I have mixed feelings about this book It is an interesting account of the neo Nazi protests in Charlottesville in August of 2017 and the events that led up to it, from the point of view of McAuliffe, who was governor of Virgania at the time However chapter 1 about his run for governor and election to the office just left a bad taste in my mouth It read like a campaign pamphlet, particularly the quotes praising Terry McAuliffe that seemed to be inserted anywhere they would fit, usually just after he had mentioned the person in question I have to wonder whether this was originally written with an eye to a presidential run, rather than for the stated purpose, despite my feeling that this is an issue about which he does care That first chapter easily could have been left out or at least shortened considerably if he felt that he had to provide some context The tone of the rest also seems self serving to an extent, especially since in his telling the state authorities bear no responsibility for anything that went wrong only the city authorities, the ACLU, etc.In addition, the title is a misnomer, since only the last couple of chapters are really about the aftermath and actions that were taken again, mostly by him, in his telling and can be taken in response to the threat of white nationalism flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 05, 2019 Jamie Swans added it Gross Didn t talk with survivors Why Bad flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 05, 2019 Jeffrey Fogel added it He s a liar Won t take any responsibility for the failure of the state police who didn t want to take orders from a black police chief flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 23, 2019 Donna Hines rated it did not like it Shelves library holds, borrowed library books As a survivor of DVNPD I have to take a stand with the survivors who were present and not watching the action play out from afar Those on the front line fighting against white nationalism, hatred, bigotry, racism and.I have spent over 18 yrs involved with a malignant narcissist married 11 of those yrs with three kids together I know how the game is played I know how the shame, the blame, the guilt trip works upon those seeking to simply live in peace and harmony.So when I first re As a survivor of DVNPD I have to take a stand with the survivors who were present and not watching the action play out from afar Those on the front line fighting against white nationalism, hatred, bigotry, racism and.I have spent over 18 yrs involved with a malignant narcissist married 11 of those yrs with three kids together I know how the game is played I know how the shame, the blame, the guilt trip works upon those seeking to simply live in peace and harmony.So when I first read this I immediately thought to myself why did he not do anything Why wait to see what DT might say about it Why check it out from a window and not be down in the heat of it resolving it.Now I know why after reading the reviews of my fellow survivors.who spoke eloquently and real than anything I read in this book.Truth hurts but truth will set you free.Tell your story and never back down in remaining silent.What those who ve not experienced abuse don t understand is it s all about power control It s a mind game A manipulation A way in which to silent the masses.To get ahead they trample upon the rights of others to make a quick buck and win over the views of those who are not angelic but attempt to portray as such and those of us who have lived it can see through the smoke and fog.Blaming the President and talking but not acting is pretty much the same we ve come to know as the new norm but those of us who want and need change know that talk is cheap We watch actions not words Living in fear, constant fight or flight, and nonstop paranoia is not a way to live.This is 2019 We need to wake up not talk a good talk Proactive not Reactive Transparency in government not Photo ops Action not words Go flag Like see review Aug 07, 2019 JB rated it did not like it This book is lies, and posturing I was there both in July and in August of 2017, and the re telling of those events through this man s words is some f cked up revisionist history Listen to the voices of the survivors who were there The folks who were most directly impacted by Charlottesville are trying to say how much this book disrespects them, and they are being dismissed How is this possible You can t get beyond Charlottesville if you keep trying to silence the survivors, and handing This book is lies, and posturing I was there both in July and in August of 2017, and the re telling of those events through this man s words is some f cked up revisionist history Listen to the voices of the survivors who were there The folks who were most directly impacted by Charlottesville are trying to say how much this book disrespects them, and they are being dismissed How is this possible You can t get beyond Charlottesville if you keep trying to silence the survivors, and handing money over the the police, who made terrible decisions that put many of us directly in harm s way that weekend Maybe if McAuliffe used the book to trip a Nazi on its way to the next torch burning, then he could say the book took a stand against white nationalism That s probably all it s good for Nazi tripping and maybe when you run out of toilet paper If you want to help Charlottesville get beyond this, take the money you would use to buy this book, and donate it to the HEAL Charlottesville Fund flag Like see review Aug 29, 2019 KristinCams rated it it was ok Much of this book reads as Mr McAuliffe s praise of how he handled things before during after the events at Charlottesville than an in depth look at the how and whys of what happened there I read it in a few hours it is not a difficult read but at the end I was left feeling like Mr McAuliffe is thinking about running for some other office and this is a start in that process when I read it looking for something insightful Meh flag Like see review Aug 21, 2019 Kathy rated it really liked it clear, direct, and a good look at the background work of trying to keep a demonstration from turning violen which, here, was a total fail A frank presentation of modern day Virginia, for good or ill Glad I read it Also glad to have read a lot of the reviews by people who were there and survived it flag Like see review Aug 21, 2019 Thomas rated it liked it With current administration, I doubt that there will be any beyond Charlottesville flag Like see review Cori rated it it was ok Aug 07, 2019 Katie rated it liked it Aug 14, 2019 Kristen Lauderdale rated it really liked it Aug 21, 2019 John Crane rated it it was ok Aug 10, 2019 Sarah rated it it was ok Aug 16, 2019 TRose rated it it was amazing Aug 29, 2019 Kathryn rated it did not like it Aug 05, 2019 Anem0ne rated it did not like it Aug 05, 2019 karl taylor rated it liked it Aug 11, 2019 Brandon rated it liked it Aug 13, 2019 Cindy rated it did not like it Aug 09, 2019 Angela rated it really liked it Aug 10, 2019 Lance rated it it was ok Aug 31, 2019 Amy Friedenberger rated it liked it Jun 25, 2019 Jennifer Krajewski rated it really liked it Aug 18, 2019 previous 1 2 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Nonfiction 4 users Politics 2 users See top shelves About Terry McAuliffe 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    1. I was there for the August 12, 2017 white supremacist rally and car attack in Charlottesville Former Governor McAuliffe s portrayal of the events that weekend are grossly inaccurate, and his decision to donate 1 2 the proceeds of the book to the police is beyond offensive The police were responsible for terrorizing victims that day and every day and contributed greatly to the pain and suffering that survivors are still dealing with today.The summer of 2017 in Charlottesville was not just a p I w [...]


    2. I was there in Charlottesville, both on July 8th and August 12th McAuliffe made decisions that put us in harms way For example, calling in the National Guard It made the situation so much dangerous for those of us showing up against this hate Further, for him to say that if we had just stayed home, everything would have been okay is plainly false We MUST show up against this hate Ignoring it doesn t make it go away It is beyond gross that he is using this book to build his politi I was there in [...]


    3. I m a survivor of the attack and back up the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral obligation to inhibit the convening of the largest, armed, racist, white nationalist militia group gathering in decades, but he openly idolizes the police officers who participated in and actively endorsed violence b I [...]


    4. Read reviews from survivors this book and the fact that McAuliffe wrote it are a slap in the face to those who actually lived through it.


    5. I m also a survivor of the Charlottesville August 2017 terrorist attack Terry McAuliffe didn t take a stand against white nationalism before the white supremacist attacked us, and he sure as hell isn t taking a stand against white nationalism now I backup the statements of my fellow survivors Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe s most recent book is a daft attempt at anti racism and serves as an absolute characterization of the white savior complex He not only fails to mention his moral I m [...]


    6. This book is neither factual nor accurate Terry McAuliffe was NOT PRESENT in Charlottesville on August 11 13 I was when i write that i was present, i mean that i was in Charlottesville, and organized, through the entire Spring and Summer of 2017 I was at the church across the street from the Jefferson statue and the Nazi torch mob I was at what was then Lee Park when the Nazis came marching in I was right there during the street fight on Market Street I caught tear gas and bear mace on th This b [...]


    7. He was not there Please read the reviews that have been posted by survivors of the attack It is disgusting that he s profiting from this event.


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