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The University of North Carolina is giving a pro-Confederate group $2.5 million to preserve a white supremacist monument toppled by students
The University of North Carolina is giving the North Carolina Division of Sons of Confederate Veterans $2.5 million following a lawsuit settlement.
Schools named after Robert E. Lee are renaming themselves after other famous Lees to avoid spending money on new signs
About 100 public schools in the United States are named after Confederate leaders, most commonly Robert E. Lee.
World War II museum blames ‘some jerk punk’ for setting fire to what they may have thought was a Confederate monument. It’s actually...
A North Carolina museum is accusing vandals of trying to burn a statue of a World War II veteran after mistaking it for a Confederate monument.
More than a year after Charlottesville, these cities across the US have torn down controversial Confederate monuments
In the year since a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville turned violent, dozens of cities have removed Confederate memorials from public spaces.
TRUMP: I hope Virginia’s Republican nominee for governor wins so he can ‘save our great statues/heritage!’
President Donald Trump tweeted on Thursday that, should he win, Virginia's GOP gubernatorial nominee Ed Gillespie "might even save our great statues/heritage!"
Mayor Levar Stoney said he would not allow Richmond to be threatened by "neo-Nazi thugs" and was ordering a commission to look at removing its monuments.
Most Confederate memorials were been built at times when supporters of the Confederacy likely felt threatened by the growth of racial equality.
Tony Dungy and Tampa Bay Rays, Buccaneers, and Lightning are donating to help cover the cost of relocating Confederate statue
The statue can only be moved if it's done without the use of public funds, so Tony Dungy stepped up and challenged the Tampa Bay sports teams to do the same.
He said he didn't “see anything controversial” about the posts.
70% of Trump voters support public memorials of Confederate leaders, but only 46% support the American Health Care Act.