Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Should all symbols of the Confederacy be removed from public spaces?

Cities across the South are dealing with the issue of whether to remove symbols of the Confederacy. Vigils and protests continue by those who call the statues symbols of Southern heritage, history and honor. There are reportedly more than 1,500 Confederate symbols on public property, including 718 statues and monuments honoring Dixie.

What’s Your Take? Should all symbols of the Confederacy be removed from public spaces?




Comments

1. Graham said...

YES

2. Tyrone Jefferson said...

I do not support these statues,but I also do not support spending millions of tax dollars to remove them.Money that can be used to educate our school children.

3. Barry said...

Absolutely.Thanks for keeping this topic alive. The mainstream media has moved on,as usual

4. John said...

It is happening,but I want these confederate acting police to be removed from our police departments.

5. Grace said...

We need to stay on this.YES

6. Ronald said...

Dead statues don't bother me,Live cops do

7. Henry said...

I really don't care.Cannot erase history

8. Curious said...

How does removing the statues help Black people?

9. Tonia said...

Thanks for not letting this fade away from the national discourse.

10. Todd said...

Take them down. If they want their statues ,let them put them in their private museums

11. Denise said...

Take them all down



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