Make It Right Project Brings Social Dance, Theater, and Storytelling to Charleston’s Confederate Monuments Struggle Author Kali Holloway Posted on July 8, 2019 July 8, 2019 The third event in the Standing/Still series was a special celebration on two fronts.
The Make It Right project cultivates community in the shadow of Confederate monuments We hope you’ll join us for Standing/Still Pt. 2 tomorrow evening at 6:30PM at the John C. calhoun monument. check out this insightful article in the Charleston City Paper about the project.
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Given the history of the Confederacy and how it has been remembered, what is the proper role in our nation’s public life, if any, for Confederate symbols and monuments? What are the pros and cons of monuments like the Confederate Fountain in Helena being removed? Please join us for a panel discussion of these issues on Tuesday, October 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the Lower Campus
Attorneys for the city argue the amended legislation doesn’t apply to monuments erected before the law was altered, and thus has no bearing on two confederate monuments dedicated in the early 1920s.
The second factor requires some historical research, but not a whole lot. One of the more noteworthy Confederate monuments is the enormous obelisk that stands at the Jefferson Davis State Historic Site in Fairview, Kentucky. Taken as a case study it sheds some light on this second factor of motivation for the building of such monuments.
Here in Monument Valley, in the shadows of the towering red rock monoliths sacred among. The same year Native Americans were given the right to vote in Utah in 1957, the Bureau of Land Management.
Days before Trump’s Jerusalem declaration an action related. similar to movements in America for the removal of Confederate statues. Trump is a vocal opponent of removing Confederate.
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I believed Confederate monuments could be teachable totems. I was wrong. The events of the past week have made one thing clear: Confederate statues must fall.
The strife surrounding Virginia’s Confederate monuments could have. of the legacy of people who make white supremacy look appealing. Or at least not that bad.” This article was produced by Make It.