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Angelo Ray Gomez, a Republican mayoral candidate in  Henderson, Nevada, is not a fan of rap music—and its purported impact on the social fabric. Gomez... [Read More]
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Wynton Marsalis: 'There's more n*****s in that than there is in Robert E. Lee's statue.'... [Read More]
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"We've lost our grip on our morality in the black community." [Read More]
Mitch Landrieu received the JFK Profile in Courage award for removing the monuments... [Read More]
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When Lexington took down two Confederate-era statues of John Hunt Morgan and John C. Breckinridge in October, city officials said the two statues would be... [Read More]
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The former mayor of New Orleans was honored Sunday night for his leadership in removing Confederate memorials in his city. [Read More]
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Former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu was chosen to receive this year's John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage award for spearheading the removal of four... [Read More]
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The former mayor of New Orleans is being honored for his leadership in removing Confederate memorials in his city. Mitch Landrieu will be presented with... [Read More]
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Local 24 Anchor Richard Ransom And Political Commentator Otis Sanford One-On-One about the ruling on the Confederate statues. [Read More]
City of Memphis is responding one day after a judge ruled Memphis legally removed Confederate statues in late December. [Read More]
As Memphis faces political fallout for using a loophole in state law to remove three Confederate statues from city parks, a state judge sided with... [Read More]
Memphis had the legal right to sell two parks to a nonprofit that then removed their Confederate monuments, according to the judge's ruling.       ... [Read More]
A judge has ruled the removal of three Confederate statues from public parks in Memphis, Tennessee, is legal. [Read More]
A ruling has been reached for Memphis' Confederate monuments. [Read More]
A Davidson County Chancery Court ruled Wednesday that Memphis' sale of two Downtown parks and nonprofit Memphis Greenspace's removal of three Confederate monuments was legal,... [Read More]
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