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United Daughters of the Confederacy comes under fire.
All but one were renamed to honor non-whites.
It's his 217th birthday.
A rare display of political courage.
Mayor: “By removing the Confederate monument from Springfield Park, we signal a belief in our shared humanity."
The old America is already dead, so whites better get serious.
Black judge: "We should not be celebrating slavery."
"It’s the clearest example of a Lost Cause statement in a public space in the form of a monument."
Surely Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will come to its defense.
They now bear Indian names.
It would honor the Confederate dead and ceremonially fold the flag at the end of live events.
". . . even if the removal happened five years ago."
Will General Lee ever ride again?
Closing a Chapter of History, Last Army Base Ditches Confederate Namesake Following Years-Long Effort
Our "inclusive" military will now be unstoppable.
Musk is guilty of "instigation" but not those who melted the statue.
The Robert E. Lee statue meets a shameful end.
. . . with the names of blacks.
A Christopher Columbus statue was also taken down.
Standing up for A. P. Hill.
Black woman who inadvertently helped cancer research replaces General Lee.
The previous windows were "antithetical to our call to be a house of prayer for all people."
Even California has a "racist" flag.
A strange mix of tradition and anti-tradition.
Fort A.P. Hill was renamed after a woman doctor.
Who stands for them?
Some lawmakers want to defend their heritage.
Former Democratic senator stands up for Southern heritage.
"We are making changes to remove doubt about our separation from the Confederacy and the Lost Cause."
Make your voice heard.
Both schools are majority black.
Museum plans to use the melted remnants to honor blacks.
"It's not about heritage, not about history, not about anything but intimidation and hate."
State officials claim the seal is not a historic monument.
Robert E. Lee's horse is too racist to be memorialized.
All four renamed schools are majority non-white.
Did women and slaves defeat the Confederacy?
Over 100 retired Army Rangers signed a letter objecting to the change.
The Board of Supervisors claim the names no longer align with the county's values.
"It's an iconic name and iconic base, and we're not gonna let political correctness run amok."
Black soldier replaces a Confederate general.
Virginia city prepares to abolish its heritage.
Fort Hood Officially Changes Its Name to Fort Cavazos as Part of Drive to Remove Confederate References
Hispanic replaces a white man.
"Stimulate your heart, inspire your mind."
It's one of nine Army bases that will be renamed.
It depends on who lost.
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled last year that residents could sue to restore monuments.
A look at William P. Hustwit's biography of the conservative icon.
At least one state honors its forebears.
Fort Pickett will become Fort Barfoot.
What are “American” soldiers supposed to defend?
The U.S.S. Chancellorsville will now be named after a black man.
“It’s our history."
Pickett's last stand.
It would have been the first city to restore a fallen monument.
100 years after the Civil War, Congress called them “great soldiers and great Americans.”
“The Negro. . . put up the Lee monument, and should the time come, will be there to take it down.”
New slur for white people.
The South is under occupation, like all of America.
Black cancer patient replaces one of America's greatest generals.
The new names are part of a city initiative: "Connecting Fairfax City for All."
The winter offensive.
“Today’s action is an important statement about our values as a community."
Black man threatened to assault the Confederate general's descendant.
Black mayor: “This is, I would say, the last day of the Lost Cause."
Both schools are now more than 85 percent black.
The namesake led an "insurrection" against black rule in Wilmington.
Dozens now honor non-whites instead.
Black mayor: "This is the last stand for the Lost Cause in our city."
“Change has come, and it will continue to happen."
Activists are upset the fort will now be named after Dwight D. Eisenhower.
"The Delete Dixie Initiative is one step toward changing the culture of our campus and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
The virtue signaling will cost $63 million.
It would cost $62.5 million to erase Southern heritage.
The memorial for Confederate war dead is “problematic from top to bottom.”