confederate monument

The historic Robert E. Lee confederate monument in Richmond, Virginia is finally coming down after Gov. Ralph Northam announced plans for its removal back in June 2020. The Virginia State Supreme Court gave the city permission to start the multi-day process, which should be completed before the end of the week.

Rev. Abraham Mosley will become the first Black chairman of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association Board of Directors and will be responsible for the images of Confederate leaders carved into the granite mountain.

The video of the racist monument coming down has gone viral.

A new law that bans cities and counties from removing Confederate monuments was enacted in Alabama by Gov. Kay Ivey.

A city contractor in New Orleans was the victim of a vicious vandalism attack after he discovered that his $200,000 Lamborghini was set ablaze. Although police didn’t officially make the connection, it is believed that the vehicle was torched because the contractor was hired to remove a series of statues related to the Confederacy. HuffPost Black […]

New Orleans lawmakers are in the midst of considering whether to break with its Confederate past by removing longstanding monuments