Austin’s Equity Office is suggesting that Austin the Texas capital change its entire name in addition to removing statues and street signs in honor of Confederate soldiers.  Austin is named after Stephen F. Austin who once opposed the ban of slavery in Tejas.  Some of the streets they would like to see renamed are: Littlefield Street […]

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The monument, which has stood in its place since 1895, won't be put away forever -- the statue will be moved to another location, University President James Ramsey confirmed in an announcement with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Friday.

City council voted 6-1 to take down the “nuisances” that “have no place in history.”

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State residents are still allowed to commemorate the lives of Confederate soldiers if they so choose.