How Far Is Too Far In Removing Confederate Monuments?
How far is too far in removing Confederate monuments?
WASHINGTON — In the nation’s capital, Democrats want to sweep away the statues on Capitol Hill honoring Confederate soldiers and politicians. At the National Cathedral in Washington, officials plan to remove stained-glass windows portraying Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
Last month, about 100 people gathered at Columbus City Hall to demand that the city remove its three monuments to Christopher Columbus. In Durham, New Hampshire, there are complaints about a mural at a post office that portrays a Native American in a menacing pose.
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