(Charlottesville)- This weekend marks two years since deadly violence broke out at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. The message this year is one that’s geared towards promoting economic and racial justice. The city has created a program called Unity Days, with interactive arts projects at the Downtown Mall scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. The Sprint Pavilion will also host the Charlottesville Sing Out. The anniversary weekend wraps up with an interfaith service at First Baptist Church on West Main Street Monday night.