Crowds gathered in Charlottesville, Va., on Wednesday evening for a peaceful candlelight vigil and march just four days after violence during a white supremacist rally engulfed the normally peaceful college town. 

Demonstrators were heard singing "This Land Is Your Land," "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and other songs during the vigil.  

The vigil follows the memorial service honoring Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman who was killed during the violence on Saturday when a car driven by a man with alleged ties to white supremacist groups rammed into a group of anti-racist protesters. 

"We don't all have to die. We don't all have to sacrifice our lives," her mother, Susan Bro, said at the memorial service. 

"They tried to kill my child to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her," she continued. 

Violent clashes erupted Saturday in Charlottesville, a college town, during a large gathering of white supremacists and neo-Nazi demonstrators who had gathered to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Heyer was killed and at least 19 were injured by the man who drove into a crowd of counterprotesters.

Trump called the driver a “disgrace” but declined to say unequivocally whether he committed an act of terrorism.