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New Orleans Removing Last Of Four Statues Linked To Pro-Slavery Era

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News video: New Orleans Removing Last Of Four Statues Linked To Pro-Slavery EraNew Orleans will remove a statue on Friday of Confederate military leader Robert E. Lee, the last of four monuments the city is taking down because they have been deemed racially offensive, officials said. Since May 11, crews have removed monuments to Jefferson Davis, president of the pro-slavery Confederacy and P.G.T.

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