The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments

The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments

The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments We hope you’ll join us for Standing/Still pt. 2 tomorrow evening at 6:30PM at the John C. Calhoun Monument. Check out this insightful article in the Charleston City Paper about the project.

The history and future of Confederate monuments. As debate over the takedown of confederate monuments continues, 60 Minutes examines why and when the statues went up in the first place

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A historical commission decided that Confederate monuments at the state Capitol building in Raleigh, including this one recognizing the north carolina women of the Confederacy, will not be moved.

The Make It Right Project was founded in 2018 to encourage removal of Confederate monuments. They posted on June 3, 2018, a list of the 10 monuments it most wants removed: The confederate war memorial, Dallas, Texas. Silent Sam, Chapel Hill, north carolina (toppled august 20, 2018).

Only a few words are spoken, but the looks they exchange make it clear that there is history between. nationalists clashed with counter-protesters over the removal of confederate monuments in the.

The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments We hope you’ll join us for Standing/Still Pt. 2 tomorrow evening at 6:30PM at the John C. Calhoun Monument. Check out this insightful article in the Charleston City Paper about the project.

On the steps of the old courthouse the Confederate monument cast a dark shadow, but let. the biggest challenges facing our community. An economic development opportunity exists in Fayette Place-a.

Confederate monuments were sprinkled around 31 states and the District of Columbia as of 2016, the most recent count by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Virginia, home to the Confederate Capitol.

Coleman plans Memorial Day parade The annual Millville Memorial Day Parade is scheduled for next Monday, May 28 at 9 a.m. and will proceed down Veteran’s Way to High Street. The parade will continue south on High Street to Main Street.

Re: "The Make It Right Project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments" You don’t remove history you teach it. The great men of the Revolutionary and Civil War eras are no.

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 · Landrieu drew national attention for speech last May about why New Orleans was removing its Confederate monuments, in which he said, "The Confederacy was on the wrong side of history and humanity. It sought to tear apart our nation and subjugate our fellow Americans to slavery.

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