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SC high court hears 1st suit in monument protection law

The South Carolina Supreme Court has heard its first challenge to the state law protecting Confederate and other historical monuments since it passed 21 years ago.

Agreement reached on protests at North Carolina courthouse

A North Carolina chapter of the NAACP and other civil rights groups have reached an agreement which settles a dispute over civil rights protests on county courthouse property where a Confederate monument stands.

Task force members support removing Confederate monument

A majority of task force members appointed to consider the fate of a Confederate monument in a North Carolina city say they support removing it.

NC NAACP chapter sues county over Confederate monument

A North Carolina NAACP chapter has filed a lawsuit against a board of commissioners over relocating a Confederate monument.

Statue marking graves of Confederate soldiers is toppled

A Confederate monument has been toppled in a cemetery in the North Carolina city of Greensboro.

North Carolina’s ‘Fame’ Confederate monument taken down

A Confederate monument that has stood for over 100 years old was removed from a North Carolina city after officials said the statute had become a public safety hazard.

Black Lives Matter of Wilmington holds sixth weekly virtual roundtable

On Monday, Wilmington Black Lives Matter activists met virtually for a roundtable discussion. This was the sixth meeting in a weekly series.

Confederate cannons removed from Raleigh now at Fort Fisher

Two Civil War cannons that were at a Confederate monument in Raleigh are now at Fort Fisher.

Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo talks moving confederate monuments

Could Confederate monuments be removed from Downtown Wilmington? Mayor Bill Saffo addressed the issue Tuesday night, as a curfew put in place to protect the monuments is set to expire Wednesday.

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