Workers sawed the controversial monument into pieces before transporting it to an undisclosed Virginia storage facility
The U.S. Army has 10 installations named after Confederate generals. Zero are named after women
Built by George Washington's adopted son, Arlington House recently underwent a three-year "rehabilitation" project
The site's board authorized the creation of a truth-telling exhibit, a new logo and a relocated Confederate flag plaza
When Tuskegee student Sammy Younge, Jr., was murdered in 1966, his classmates focused their righteous anger on a local monument
"White Lies Matter" had pledged to deliver the stone chair intact if the United Daughters of the Confederacy displayed a specific banner
Following mass protests against racial injustice, watchdog group records new push to remove racist monuments from public spaces
A tribute to the congressman and activist will stand in a DeKalb County square once occupied by a Confederate obelisk
"Actually bringing that statue back to the spot where it was created has a unique power to it," says the Valentine's director
Helen Viola Jackson married James Bolin in 1936, when she was 17 and he was 93
The sculpture, installed in 1879, is based on one still standing in Washington, D.C.
Statue of Civil Rights Activist Barbara Rose Johns Will Replace U.S. Capitol's Likeness of Robert E. Lee
Johns, whose efforts helped desegregate public schools, is set to represent Virginia in place of the Confederate general
Virginia Museum Will Lead Efforts to Reimagine Richmond Avenue Once Lined With Confederate Monuments
Governor Ralph Northam's proposed budget for the coming fiscal year earmarks $11 million for the project
The redesigned banner—approved by on Tuesday by 68 percent of voters—features a magnolia bloom and the words "In God We Trust"
In 1864, Democrats and Republicans clashed over legislation allowing soldiers to cast their ballots from the front
For more than seven decades, the North Carolina memorial has courted controversy in unexpected forms
The institution describes the move, which arrives amid a reckoning on the U.S.' history of systemic racism, as "part of healing"
On June 19, 1865, the decree informed the people of Texas that enslaved individuals were now free
The Union and Confederate soldiers buried at the site of the 1862 clash were later moved to nearby cemeteries
A new report brings the number of victims of racial terror killings between 1865 and 1950 to almost 6,500