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CBS News

Kentucky city removes 2 Confederate statues
CBS News
A spokeswoman with Mayor Jim Gray's office says Attorney General Andy Beshear has given permission for the statues of John C. Breckinridge, a U.S. vice president and Confederate secretary of war, and Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan to be removed ...
Kentucky city moving 2 Confederate statues from courthouseSeattle Times
In a surprise move, Lexington removes controversial Confederate statuesLexington Herald Leader
In an unexpected move, Lexington begins immediate relocation of Confederate statuesThe Courier-Journal
Kentucky Kernel -WTVQ
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Seattle Times

Confederate monuments vandalized in 2 Virginia cities
Seattle Times
FILE- This June 28, 2017, file photo shows a statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis on Monument Avenue in Richmond, Va. Two Confederate monuments in two Virginia cities have been vandalized this week. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports ...
Richmond confederate monument vandalizedWDBJ7
'Racist' painted on base of Jefferson Davis statue on Monument AvenueRichmond.com

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Charlotte Observer

Why charges were dropped against retired principal in Confederate pepper spray case
Charlotte Observer
Charges against a former high school principal accused of pepper spraying Confederate veteran re-enactors were dropped because of a lack of evidence and uncooperative victims, court records show. Victims in the case against former Catawba County ...

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Baltimore Sun

Baltimore artists, activists and educators ask what's next after removal of Confederate statues
Baltimore Sun
About 15 community members gathered in an old church space in Charles Village on Sunday to discuss Baltimore's removal of three Confederate statues and what should take their spot. “People definitely want to talk,” said Sheila Gaskins, an organizer ...


Fox News

Tennessee historical board denies request to remove Confederate statue
Fox News
Communities across the country have been grappling with whether to remove Confederate statues and symbols following a violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that resulted in the death of counter-protester Heather Heyer. The August ...


Allentown Morning Call

Pennsylvania lawyer burns Nazi-Confederate flag near NASCAR speedway
Allentown Morning Call
In this file photo, a Confederate flags fly in the infield as cars come out of turn one during a NASCAR race at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Ala. A Pennsylvania attorney burned a combination Confederate-Nazi flag near the venue on Sunday ...

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First Coast News

St. Augustine city manager to recommend keeping Confederate monument, add more historical info
First Coast News
The St. Augustine City Commission will hear a recommendation next week regarding what to do with Confederate monuments, asking for the monuments to stay in place with added contextualization regarding its historical importance, a news release said ...
St. Augustine city manager recommends keeping Confederate monument in PlazaSt. Augustine Record

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Shreveport Times

Caddo Confederate monument vote close, leaning for removal
Shreveport Times
The Caddo Parish Commission is expected to vote Thursday on whether to remove the Confederate monument from the grounds of the parish courthouse in downtown Shreveport. Commissioners interviewed for this article said that they expect the meeting to ...

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CBS DFW

Confederate Monument Debate Tonight On Facebook Live
CBS DFW
FORT WORTH (CBS11) – Join CBS11 at 7:30 tonight for our Facebook Live conversation on Confederate monuments and streets named after Confederate leaders. Go to the CBSDFW Facebook page and like us and the video will alert you. Dallas may have ...

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Washington Post

The women who erected Confederate statues are stunningly silent
Washington Post
According to the UDC's website, the building was “affectionately” dedicated in 1957 “to the Women of the South and to the women of the Confederate States of America for their loyal devotion, self-sacrifice, adaptability to new tasks, constancy of ...

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