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FELONY CHARGES Student, 22, arrested over toppled Confederate statue

yesterday

Tensions remain high across America. The country seems to become more and more divided, disconnected and angry. Another protest turns violent isn’t the unheard of anymore, but when that violence is unleashed on a selfless bronze statute… that raised my eyebrow. This article will examine yet another protest turned violent, but this time against a […]

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Yale Covers Over Its History, Literally

yesterday

Yale tried to cover up their history, so they do not offend anyone. They have covered the stone carving of a musket, because they fear it will be offensive to people. It was decided that the monument was not appropriate due to the fact that there was a musket carved in it. A lot of […]

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Confederate time capsule in “Johnny Reb” statue held flag, money

7 days ago

In Orlando, Florida a statue of a Confederate solider, titled “Johnny Reb” was removed from it’s home in an Orlando park to be replaced in a cemetery where several Confederate graves live. Upon removal an old time capsule was discovered containing several artifacts. The monument was moved from the public park after the public cry […]

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Deprivations of Civil War in NC focus of round table

7 days ago

A woman named Donna Kelly is going to speak at the Western North Carolina Civil War Round Table’s next meeting. It is set for Monday, August 14th. The title of her discussion is “Where Home Used to Be: Civil War’s Impact on Women in North Carolina.” Kelly has researched and discovered so many different letters […]

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Soldiers Reunion celebration in Newton kicks off soon

last week

The 128th annual Soldiers Reunion, hosted by Newton Parks and Recreation department consists of a variety of events and activities including a car show, pet show, mile century bike ride, 5k run/walk, a mile fun run and a reunion day parade. The Soldiers Reunion events are among one of the longest run patriotic celebrations in […]

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Army declines request to change Brooklyn streets named after Confederate generals

last week

The Army has declined a request to change Brooklyn streets that are named after Confederate generals. The streets as well as monuments that represent people from the Confederacy offend a lot of people. Some people feel like the country has not dealt with its history and changed the things that offend some people. Army declines […]

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‘Richmond could be a showpiece’

last week

Paul is observing and arguing the issue that the Confederate statues represent. If the statues are allowed to stay many more should be added of African Americans he States. He ends with a joke that Virginia should be renamed from Virgina is for loves to Virgina is the birthplace of America. Key Takeaways: Confederate statues […]

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Bill would restrict cities from moving or altering historic monuments

a couple of weeks ago

As with many communities in the United States, cities in Texas are struggling with trying to reconcile their history with the sensibilities of today’s diverse culture. Many cities and states, particularly in the South, have recently made decisions to re-locate or remove symbols related to the Confederacy. This summer, Texas Republican Senator. Brandon Creighton supported […]

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Man complains about boats at Alton Marina with Confederate flags

a couple of weeks ago

One man has made complaints about boats at Alton Marina that have Confederate flags on them. But, there is nothing anyone can do to remove them because the constitution prevents people from being able to get rid of the expressions of other people because they find them offensive. The city cannot regulate freedom. Man complains […]

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