Friday, July 24, 2020

Is SPLC Advocating Destroying America's History

View the full Whose Heritage report at www.splcenter.org/whoseheritage
Read about the 1,747 monuments, place names and other symbols still in place honoring the Confederacy.
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It's time to lose the lost cause
Take action in your community to remove symbols of the confederacy.
Tips for educators
Across the United States, there are statues and memorials that illustrate complex lessons of muddled history and regional pride.
STONE MOUNTAIN: A MONUMENTAL DILEMMA
Robert E. Lee is as tall as a nine-story building. Jefferson Davis’ nose is the size of a sofa. Stone Mountain in Georgia is often considered "the largest shrine to white supremacy in the world."
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO
Removing symbols of the Confederacy can be daunting. But by speaking up, you are taking a step toward building a community where the values of equal justice and equal opportunity are shared by all. TAKE ACTION