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Monday, March 4, 2019– A round up of opinion, commentary and analysis on: Moving political operatives out of the shadows. Confederate Flag Day’ event sparks protest in downtown Raleigh (WRAL-TV.
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Directed by Kali Holloway, the Make It Right (MIR) Project is a multimedia. The inaugural project is focused on the removal of Confederate monuments and.
A historical commission decided that Confederate monuments at the state capitol building in Raleigh, including this one recognizing the North Carolina women of the Confederacy, will not be moved.
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The 2018 Commencement speaker at Saint Michael’s College on May 13 at 10 a.m. in the Ross Sports Center will be New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, whose leadership in the removal of Confederate.
“How can we teach living together and republican values in the shadow of Colbert?” Right, because the name of a 17th-century French minister of state on the school prevents students from learning.
He excelled in his political defying American acceptance of Jews at the time to the heights of the Senate, a Supreme Court and an ambassador nomination and to the top of the Confederate cabinet the.
About a dozen Charlottesville police watched the torch rally, Schmidt said, but “did nothing” despite a Virginia law that makes it a felony to burn an object in public to make others. to review its.
Many of Wilmington’s great, and near-great, need not make that statement. Murchison (1837-1882), a Confederate captain. To either side of this monument are granite benches and on one of these.
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I t’s helpful, in the midst of any conversation about this country’s Confederate monuments, to understand who put these things up, which also offers a clue as to why. In large part, the answer to the first question is the United Daughters of the Confederacy, a white Southern women’s "heritage" group founded in 1894.
“How do you make the stones talk. of material experimentation and narrative drawn from grassroots community engagement. It asks questions about the nature of monuments, and how ambiguous histories.