"We have been hearing there is going to be a rally somewhere today but we cannot find out where it is. We have been hearing [the white supremacists] are going to join again… they are still here and we ran a lot of them out of here today," according to BLM member Katrina Turner.
About a hundred demonstrators gathered in downtown Charlottesville near the police station on Sunday following Saturday's clashes between white supremacists and counterprotesters.
The situation was calm, however, with a heavy police presence in the area and officers wearing riot gear and carrying assault rifles.
The Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville was organized by far-right nationalists on Saturday as a protest against plans to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The rally led to clashes between the demonstrators and counterprotesters, culminating in a car ramming attack, which left one person dead and many injured.
BLM members were among those who participated in counterprotests on Saturday. US media reported in June 2015, that "Black Lives Matter" graffiti has been painted on the Robert E. Lee monument in Charlottesville. The statue has subsequently been cleaned up, according to the media.