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Tuesday’s actions were criticized by some who considered it the wrong way to express frustration over years of failed efforts to remove Silent Sam from campus.
The university’s chancellor, Carol Folt, acknowledged the divisiveness of Silent Sam’s presence on campus in a statement Tuesday but also described protesters’ actions as “unlawful and dangerous:” The plaza where Silent Sam stood has been the center of dozens of protest over the years, dating back to the 1960s.
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Despite the pervasiveness of Civil War shrines, some cities have started to remove them based on the controversy about the racist, violent history they represent.
Since then, several cities, including New Orleans, have taken down all their Confederate statues, sparking outrage from other Southern politicians.
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First, he credited Confederate soldiers with saving “the very life of the Anglo Saxon race in the South,” adding, “to-day, as a consequence the purest strain of the Anglo Saxon is to be found in the 13 Southern States — Praise God.” Confederate flags and statues of Confederate soldiers are found in public spaces all over the US, mostly in Southern states.
And researchers at the Southern Poverty Law Center keep discovering new ones: The group listed 1,740 Confederate monuments in its database in 2018 —that’s 237 more than they knew of in 2016.