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Confederate statues removed from Memphis parks after city council sells land
The Memphis City Council voted to sell two public parks containing Confederate monuments on Wednesday in a move that cleared the way for the statues to be torn down. The state had denied the council's bid to remove the statues earlier this month. The city unanimously voted to sell the Health
UT Austin Uproots Statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis
A statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis was uprooted from its spot at the University of Texas at Austin today. The statue, which had been a target of vandalism, will be moved from the main area of campus to the school's Briscoe Center history museum. University President Gregory Fenves
Judge upholds ruling against Redskins' trademark; team to appeal
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- For the first time in a legal battle that has stretched over 20 years, a federal judge on Wednesday ordered the cancellation of the Washington Redskins ' trademark registration, ruling that the team name may be disparaging to Native Americans. The ruling does not bar the team
Where the Confederate Flag Is Being Taken Down Across US
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley ’s call for the Confederate flag to be removed from the statehouse grounds there in light of a horrific shooting in Charleston, South Carolina by a white supremacist set off a chain reaction among other Southern leaders asking for symbols of the Confederacy to be
South Carolina Governor Calls For Removal of Confederate Flag From Captiol
Caption: Gov. Nikki Haley joins the debate over the Confederate flag by asking that it be removed from the capitol.
Confederate Flag Flies in South Carolina: An Explainer on the Ongoing Debate
The shooting of nine black parishioners at a historically black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday night has reopened the controversy surrounding the state’s continued display of the confederate flag on capitol grounds. The Battle Flag of the Northern Virginia Army, made famous by
Rick Perry Defended Confederate Symbols in 2000
While serving as lieutenant governor of Texas, Rick Perry opposed NAACP efforts to remove monuments and memorials containing the depiction of a Confederate flag from statehouses and other government buildings across the South. As reported by the Associated Press, the Texas state Supreme Court ...
Confederate Flag Courthouse Display Raises Racial Tensions
The raising of the Confederate flag along with the U.S. and state flag outside an east Texas courthouse has divided the town over whether the flying of the "Stars and Bars" is a tribute to racial oppression. A replica of the original Confederate flag was raised outside the Anderson County
Group Wants KKK Founder Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest on License Plate
Sons of Confederate Veterans Proposes Featuring General on Civil War Anniversary Plates
South Carolina Secession Draws Debate 150 Years Later
'Secession Gala' to Commemorate Confederate States' Rights, or Defense of Slavery?