Charlottesville: One Year Later; A Grieving Mother Speaks

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - AUGUST 16: Susan Bro, mother to Heather Heyer, speaks during a memorial for her daughter at the Paramount Theater on August 16, 2017 in Charlottesville, Va. Heyer was killed Saturday, when a car rammed into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally. (Photo by Andrew Shurtleff-Pool/Getty Images)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (WBZ-AM) -- Sunday August 12 will mark one year since Heather Heyer was killed during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia when a man drove his car into counter protesters.

Heather Heyer a woman attending the protests was killed.

WBZ NewsRadio1030 Producer Suzanne Sausville spoke with Heather's mom, Susan Bro, who now runs a foundation in her daughter's name. She told WBZ that  she's so busy carrying on her daughter's work for social justice, that she often doesn't have time to cry.

Charlottesville has declared a state of emergency ahead of Sunday's anniversary of that deadly white supremacist rally.

You can listen to portions the interview below.

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