Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The Confederacy Under Attack-- Part 316: Louisville Takes Another Step Towards Shame

From the July 13, 2016, Google Alerts for Confederate.

**  Commission on Public Art seeking input on where to relocate Confederate monument.  (Louisville)  (Loss)  I am still not sure if the monument has been dismantled or not. Should I learn that the monument has been taken down, Louisville becomes "l"ouisville (small case) for its shame.

When the statue is removed (and, if it is not already gone, I'm sure it will be), I'll have to reconsider visiting there.  Too bad as it is a great town with lots to see and do.

**  Video shows man tossing paint on Confederate monument.  (Louisiana) Police are looking for him.

**  Confederate Defenders of Charleston monument gets spruced up.  (Charleston, S.C.)  (Win)  It was vandalized last year after the murders.

Why Is It That Confederate Statues and Memorials Are Vandalized So Often?  --Old Secesh

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