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No. It does something more important than that. It makes us think about history. Who were these people cast in bronze? What did they do? Were their acts and their lives really that bad (or that good)? Statues are coming down in Mobile, New Orleans and Richmond — not to mention Bristol, England — because the truth is, a lot of people in those cities don’t want to see people who supported slavery honored with public monuments.To say this “erases history” is to miss the point. Removing the statutes reflects a sea change in who we, as a society, honor. In doing this, we are not turning away from history. We are turning away from those people on those pedestals — and what they represent — as models to be admired and fondly remembered.

I do agree there is change coming but we will see history erased because there is nothing to learn from but if tearing something down is the only way to get some to think about it then that too is sad as I do not need to destroy to remember slavery but also wonder why more are not doing something about the slavery going on in this country right now and that would be something to be very proud of. Please tell me who’s giving them the power to do this! We as Americans have to make a stand against this. They don’t like our religious statues and stain glass windows the don’t look at it. I’m not scared of any of you and if you try it where I live they’re will be definite consequences. I won’t put up with u trying to take my religious freedom from me.

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