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City of Wilmington imposes curfew near Confederate statues

The City of Wilmington has issued a curfew near two Confederate monuments in downtown Wilmington.

While Confederate statues come down, other symbols targeted

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.

One local organization and residents in favor of removing confederate monuments

The debate over confederate monuments in the Cape Fear is back in the headlines as protests continue over racial injustice.

Foundation endorses removal of 2 Confederate monuments

A historic foundation in North Carolina has made the surprising move of endorsing the removal of two Confederate monuments from the city of Wilmington.

NC city passes resolution to remove Confederate monuments

News outlets report a city in North Carolina unanimously passed a resolution to begin a removal process for its confederate monuments.

Rocky Mount approves removal of Confederate monument

The North Carolina city of Rocky Mount has approved the removal of a Confederate statue that has stood for more than a century.

City in North Carolina votes to remove confederate monument

The Rocky Mount City Council in North Carolina has voted to remove a Confederate monument from a city park.

Atlanta to add context about racism to historic monuments

Atlanta will soon add lessons about the South's racist history on markers placed next to four historic monuments.

UPDATE: Police seek identity of woman accused of vandalizing Confederate statues

Two confederate statues were vandalized Thursday morning in downtown Wilmington. 

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