Removal of Confederate Monuments and Memorials

“Symbols matter," Jacksonville Mayor Donna Deegan said.
A federal judge has lifted an injunction that briefly blocked the famed cemetery from removing a century-old memorial there to Confederate soldiers.
The 1914 statue features a Black woman depicted as "Mammy" and an enslaved man following his owner to war.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin disagrees with the decision and plans to move the monument to the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park.
The military is in the process of replacing a number of names and monuments honoring Confederate leaders such as Robert E. Lee.
The statue in Richmond, which depicts General A.P. Hill, will be given to the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia.
The Till statue at Greenwood’s Rail Spike Park is a short drive from an elaborate Confederate monument.
The Congressional report focused on Confederate dedications that should be removed or renamed.
The capsule contained three books, an envelope and a coin. Preservation experts say it will take time to clean and sort through.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's administration will remove an enormous pedestal that until earlier this year held a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.