During the summer, the city of Portland, Oregon becomes a battleground for far-right and anti-fascist groups to clash, a hotbed for nationalist groups to converge and face off against the liberal populace. It becomes a place where deep seated conflict rears apparent, where old wounds are made fresh again, a place where sometimes neither side can agree on what they are fighting for and why. Perhaps most of all, these protests represent a country divided and confused, a collection of individuals desperate to be heard and willing to fight to belong.