White Supremacism: The Story Of Robert E. Lee Road

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“I remember … teachers in my grade school telling me lies about Robert E. Lee’s supposed heroism and the truth is that Robert E. Lee and other Confederate leaders caused the deaths of more than a million Americans because they wanted to keep black people enslaved,” said Casar, who spent four years living in Charlottesville as a student at the University of Virginia. “We cannot keep propagating that lie on our street signs.” McGlinchy, A. (2017) A Council member wants to officially rename Robert E. Lee Road. What would it take to do it?. Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee were confederate white supremacist leaders who believed that segregation and slavery was appropriate and justifiable. The shooting in Charleston, SC and the riots in Charlottesville,
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