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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.
On Monday, Wilmington Black Lives Matter activists met virtually for a roundtable discussion. This was the sixth meeting in a weekly series.
Two Civil War cannons that were at a Confederate monument in Raleigh are now at Fort Fisher.
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.
North Carolina State Capitol Police have arrested a man they say is suspected of starting a riot days earlier that led to a pair of damaged Confederate monuments on the old Capitol grounds.
As the Governor moves to take down Confederate statues at the Capitol grounds, a lot of people want to see Wilmington follow suit.
The City of Wilmington has issued a curfew near two Confederate monuments in downtown Wilmington.
Spectators in North Carolina’s capital cheered Sunday morning as work crews finished the job started by protesters Friday night and removed a Confederate statue from the top of a 75-foot monument.
The debate over confederate monuments in the Cape Fear is back in the headlines as protests continue over racial injustice.