robert e. lee

Virginia Judge Richard Moore said the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson were protected under a historic preservation law.
"If people are saying they want to fix racism or fix this issue in our country, then they need to put their money where their mouth is,” says the Rev. Robert W. Lee IV.
The statues are protected war memorials, regardless of whether they're seen as symbols of white supremacy, the judge said.
The CNN host shreds Trump's "bogus argument" that the Charlottesville violence was about a statue of Robert E. Lee.
Trump defended his controversial remarks that there were “very fine people on both sides” of the white nationalist march in Charlottesville.
He claimed his "very fine people on both sides" quote after "Unite the Right" referenced people defending the Robert E. Lee statue there. But the Nazi rally wasn't about Lee.
The school board had previously voted unanimously to change the school's name from "Lee" back in June.
Civil rights groups’ condemnation of his remarks only adds to the Interior Department secretary's mounting woes.
Hours earlier, the president tweeted that NBC News had "totally and purposely changed" the meaning of his remarks at Friday's rally in Ohio.
Trump is supporting an “idol of white supremacy," said Robert E. Lee IV.
Historians pointed out to the Mississippi politician that the Confederate general was quite brutal to his slaves.
There are almost 800 Confederate statues in the U.S. Charlottesville showed what happens when you threaten that white male dominance.
The ceremony was held on the 105th anniversary of the famed abolitionist's death.
Chief Al Thomas’ department had been lambasted over its “disastrous” response to a deadly rally in August.
Historian David Blight once said that “The civil war sits like the giant sleeping dragon of American history ever ready to
The Civil War was fought over slavery, so stop that "states’ rights" nonsense.
In a bizarre interview, White House Chief Of Staff John Kelly said “both sides” were honorable during the Civil War, while also defending Robert E. Lee and Christopher Columbus.
The White House chief of staff has proven himself just as ignorant about history and complicit in oppression as his boss.
"Shocking that someone charged with defending their country, in some profound way, does not comprehend the country they claim to defend."