Confederate States of America
De facto federal republic in North America from 1861 to 1865
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Milley, Esper push review of Confederacy symbols
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Justin Timberlake calls for removal of Confederate leaders statues
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Justin Timberlake: Confederate Monuments Must Come Down
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White House Says Trump Undecided On Confederate Flag, Against "Cancel Culture"
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Trump rails against ''new left fascism' at rally
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Richmond Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues
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Stonewall Jackson statue removed in Richmond
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Former Mississippi flag lowered at State Capitol
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Mississippi officially drops Confederate-themed flag
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Mississippi will remove Confederate emblem flag
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Mississippi To Change Confederate State Flag To A New Design
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Half Mast: Mississippi Takes First Step In Removing Confederate Symbolism From State Flag
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Mississippi moves to change its state flag
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Mississippi Governor Agrees To Sign Bill For New State Flag
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Walmart removes Mississippi flag from stores
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Trump opposed to removing Roosevelt statue in NYC
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Washington Wizards and Mystics take part in Juneteenth march, marking the anniversary of the end of slavery in the U.S.
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Portraits of former Confederate House speakers to be removed -Pelosi
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Juneteenth Takes On Added Meaning This Year
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Fan launches petition calling for Dolly Parton statues to replace Confederate monuments
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Richmond removes another confederate statueThe Confederate Soldiers and Sailors statue was removed Wednesday. It's the sixth Confederate monument to be removed in Richmond amid national protests against police brutality and symbols many see as..
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'Disgusting symbol': Justin Timberlake joins Taylor Swift in calling for removal of Confederate statuesJustin Timberlake is joining a growing list of celebrities calling on their hometowns to remove Confederate monuments and memorabilia amid national anti-racism protests. The "Mirrors" singer, 39, wrote..
Another Confederate statue in Richmond, Va., comes down along Monument AvenueThe bronze monument to Confederate Gen. J.E.B. Stuart on horseback was hoisted from its granite base as crowds cheered early Tuesday.
Change Confederate military base names to honor those who fought for AmericaDonald Trump opposes renaming bases honoring Confederate generals, but the United States shouldn't glorify those who took up arms against it: Our view
GOP Sen. Grassley: Congress may override Trump veto on removing Confederate names from military basesSen. Chuck Grassley, a staunch Trump ally, said Congress would "probably override" a Trump veto on removing Confederate names from military bases.
White House tries to clarify Trump NASCAR tweetWhite House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defends President Donald Trump's tweet attack on NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag and his incorrect accusation of the sport's only Black driver,..
Trump Defends Confederate Flag in Latest Race-Based Appeal to White VotersPresident Trump implied that NASCAR’s decision to prohibit Confederate flags at its races was a mistake while also falsely asserting that a top Black driver, Bubba Wallace, had engaged in a hoax..
For nearly 160 years, St. George has been known as Utah's 'Dixie.' The name is all over the city. Is it time to change?The word "Dixie" is everywhere in St. George, Utah. The controversy over its Confederate ties is back in the public eye — but it's not a new debate.
Stonewall Jackson statue comes down along Richmond's Monument AvenueRichmond Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the removal of the Stonewall Jackson statue and other Confederate memorials along Monument Avenue
Richmond Removes Stonewall Jackson Statue From Monument Avenue“We have needed to turn this page for decades,” Mayor Levar Stoney said. The capital of Virginia will take down other Confederate statues in the coming days.
Confederate statue removed in Richmond amid cheersA massive statue of Gen. Stonewall Jackson was removed from Richmond, Virginia's famed Monument Avenue amid cheers Wednesday afternoon, hours after the city's mayor gave the order to take down all..
Rep. Bass: Bases named for confederate traitorsAfter President Donald Trump vowed to veto a defense bill to keep military bases such as Fort Bragg named after Confederate officers, the Congressional Black Caucus chair criticized him saying the push..
Mississippi gov. retires confederate-themed flagMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signed a bill that retires the last state flag bearing the Confederate battle emblem. Amid international protests over racial injustice, Mississippi was under pressure to..
Mississippi governor signs bill removing state flag with Confederate emblemBy Brendan O'Brien (Reuters) - Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill into law on Tuesday that replaces the current state flag bearing a Confederate emblem, a gesture triggered by support..
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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signs bill to replace state flag, the last in the US to display the Confederate emblemMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves had long deflected questions about the state flag, pointing to a 2001 referendum when voters opted to keep the design.
Debate Confederate monuments to America's original sin of slavery, then take them downConfederacy shrines shouldn't be destroyed by mobs, but it is time to remove them, especially those erected to intimidate African Americans: Our view
Fact check: Congress did not designate Confederate veterans as U.S. veteransCongress did not designate Confederate veterans as U.S. veterans, nor did President Andrew Johnson in pardoning them. A claim stating as much is false.
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Not just Confederate statues: Indigenous activists want conquistadors, missionaries removedJunípero Serra, Juan de Oñate, Diego de Vargas, and Juan Ponce de León: Why the statues of these figures are being protested and removed.
What we know, and what's next, for the bill to change the Mississippi state flagThe Mississippi Legislature overwhelmingly approved to remove the Confederate emblem from its state flag this weekend. Here's what we know.
Mississippi surrenders Confederate symbol from state flagMississippi will retire the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem, more than a century after white supremacist legislators adopted the design a generation after the ......
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Mississippi Lawmakers Vote to Retire State Flag Rooted in the ConfederacyThe flag, which has flown since 1894, is poised to come down, becoming yet another emblem of the Confederacy to be removed across the South.
Mississippi takes major step toward changing state flag, which contains Confederate battle emblemLawmakers passed a key resolution that opens the door to a new state flag, without a Confederate battle emblem.
Calls to Take Down Mississippi’s Flag Grow as Lawmakers Prepare to VoteCoaches, athletes, country music stars and the Baptist Convention have called for changing the flag that symbolizes the state’s Confederate past.
Ole Miss basketball player transferring: 'Proud not to represent that flag anymore,' be associated with ConfederacyOle Miss forward Blake Hinson is transferring, says he's "proud not to represent that flag anymore" or be associated with anything from Confederacy.
Tearing Down Statues Will Liberate History From White Supremacy, Genocide Denial-And TrumpArticle by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling Starting with George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson, Philonise Floyd, the brother of George Floyd, an African American man who died while..
Trump called for toppled Albert Pike statue to be restored in DC: reportsPresident Trump personally requested that a toppled statue in Washington, D.C., be restored after it was toppled late last week, according to multiple reports, as he digs in in his fight to protect..
Pentagon considers ban on Confederate symbols at all military facilitiesDefense Secretary Mark Esper is considering a ban on Confederate imagery at all military facilities. The Navy and Marine Corps already have such bans.
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Confederate statues are 'billboards for racism.' Let's take them down the right wayAmericans are outraged that their communities would still honor those who fought to preserve slavery.
Walmart removing Mississippi state flag from stores amid calls to nix Confederate emblem"We believe it's the right thing to do," a Walmart spokesperson said Tuesday.
Fort Bragg, California considers name changeFort Bragg, a rugged Northern California coastal city named for a Confederate general may ask voters to change its name as people protesting racial inequality and police brutality tear down monuments..
NASCAR: Noose found in Bubba Wallace garage at Alabama raceTALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — NASCAR has launched an investigation after a noose was found in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace, the only Black driver in the elite Cup Series who just two weeks ago..
Bubba Wallace: Noose found in garage stall of black US racing driverBubba Wallace recently campaigned to have the Confederate flag banned from events.
Noose found in garage stall of Bubba Wallace at Talladega SuperspeedwayBubba Wallace is the only full-time Black driver in the Cup Series and was instrumental in convincing NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag.
As Symbols of the Confederacy Fall, Activists Say Mississippi’s Flag Should Be NextA renewed challenge to the state flag, the only one with the Confederate battle flag embedded in it, has stirred a familiar debate between tradition and changed views on race.
Ole Miss football players express support for moving school's Confederate statueVideo posted to social media has Ole Miss players expressing support for school's decision to move a "symbol of slavery, racism, hate and oppression."
NCarolina protesters topple statue near capitolProtesters in North Carolina's capital pulled down parts of a Confederate monument Friday night and hanged one of the toppled statues from a light post. (June 20)
DC protesters topple statue of Confederate generalProtesters toppled the only statue of a Confederate general in the nation's capital and set it on fire on Juneteenth, the day marking the end of slavery in the United States. (June 20)
D.C. protestors toppled a Confederate statue sparking President Trump's responseEyewitness accounts and videos posted on social media indicated that police were on the scene, but didn't intervene.
Calls for reparations are growing louder. How is the US responding?As the American civil war reached its bloody end in 1865, the Union general William Sherman seized land from Confederates and mandated it be redistributed, in 40-acre plots, to newly freed slaves. The..