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As colleges grapple with racist legacies, a monument at Ole Miss will finally go
The Washington Post
June 19, 2020

For more than a century, a Confederate monument has towered over the heart of the University of Mississippi, a stark reminder of divisions that have endured long past the Civil War. On Thursday, state officials finally relented: The monument can go.
As protests over race continue, colleges across the country are taking action, removing statues and renaming buildings — or facing demands from students and others to make changes.

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