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Not just Confederate statues: Indigenous activists want conquistadors, missionaries removed

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Junípero SerraJuan de Oñate, Diego de Vargas, and Juan Ponce de León: Why the statues of these figures are being protested and removed.
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Confederate States of America Confederate States of America De facto federal republic in North America from 1861 to 1865

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.
 

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Stonewall Jackson statue comes down along Richmond's Monument Avenue

Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the removal of the Stonewall Jackson statue and other Confederate memorials along Monument Avenue

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Richmond Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues [Video]

Richmond Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues

The Democratic mayor of Richmond, Virginia, Levar Stoney, has invoked his emergency powers to remove multiple Confederate statues in the city.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 01:23Published

Juan de Oñate Juan de Oñate Spanish Conquistador, explorer, and colonial governor

Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture [Video]

Man shot in New Mexico protest over sculpture

[NFA] Activists blamed members of a heavily-armed volunteer militia for instigating violence after demonstrators tried to pull down an Albuquerque monument. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 01:24Published

Junípero Serra Junípero Serra Christian missionary


Diego de Vargas Diego de Vargas Spanish governor of New Mexico


Juan Ponce de León Juan Ponce de León 16th-century Spanish explorer and conquistador


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