robert e lee
Robert E. Lee moved from a park in Dallas to Lajitas Golf Resort.
It may or may not contain a picture of President Abraham Lincoln lying in his coffin—a great find, if it exists.
The 12-ton statue was the last Confederate symbol standing in Richmond, the former capital of the Confederacy.
The public gets to submit ideas for what should happen to the monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee, as well as the statue of Stonewall Jackson.
Controversial monuments of confederate soldiers, political leaders, and other historical figures have been rapidly disappearing from public view since last spring. What to do next is complicated.
It will be replaced by a statue of Barbara Rose Johns, a civil rights leader.
"I signed the [proclamation] because the law requires that I do that and I haven’t looked at changing that law," said Gov. Bill Lee
Faculty consider leaving college named for Robert E. Lee after president rejects recommended changes to campus
One black humanities professor, T.J. Tallie, left the school last year over its unwillingness to make changes that would attract a more diverse student body.
The motion to rename Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler Independent School District was formally introduced into the meeting on Monday, but no board member seconded the motion and the proposal failed.
Three schools are ditching the names of Christopher Columbus, Robert E. Lee, and slave owner Jean-Pierre Chouteau.
And three new Confederate monuments have been dedicated.
Zyahna Bryant wrote the petition that sparked the movement against the Robert E. Lee Statue in Charlottesville. A year later, violent racists held the tragic Unite the Right rally.