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There will be rallies and counter-protests Sunday at Lafayette Square.

There will be rallies and counter-protests Sunday at Lafayette Square.

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DDOT Announces Road Closures for Unite the Right 2 March & Rally

Metropolitan Police in D.C. will close more than a dozen streets around the White House, Foggy Bottom and other downtown neighborhoods all day Sunday for the Unite the Right 2 march and expected counter-protests.

Unite the Right 2 is scheduled to begin at 5 pm at the Foggy Bottom Metro Station with a march to Lafayette Square. There will also be a series of counter-rallies at various locations throughout the city.

Here’s a list of the road closures planned between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday. It is subject to change.

  • 15th Street, NW from Constitution Avenue to K Street, NW
  • 17th Street, NW from Constitution Avenue to K Street, NW
  • 18th Street, NW from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 19th Street, NW from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 20th Street, NW from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 21st Street, NW from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 22nd Street, NW from E Street to Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
  • 23rd Street, NW from Virginia Avenue to Washington Circle, NW
  • H Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW
  • I Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW
  • K Street, NW from 17th Street to 15th Street, NW
  • Connecticut Avenue, NW from H Street to I Street, NW
  • Vermont Avenue, NW from H Street to I Street, NW
  • G Street, NW from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW
  • F Street, NW from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW
  • E Street, NW from 17th Street to 23rd Street, NW

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