Three professors claimed that minority students suffer “psychological harm” due to offensive memorials and monuments, such as the Confederate statues.
Topic: Confederate statue
Students at UNC-Chapel Hill claimed that the Silent Sam statue, a statue commemorating alumni who served in the Confederate army, violated the Civil Rights Act for creating a hostile environment.
Protesters demanded that UNC remove its ‘Silent Sam’ statue from its campus, which memorializes the university’s students who fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
A poll found that 60% of Millennials are fine with Confederate statues being in public parks, contrary to the liberal narrative.
A statue resembling Confederate general Robert E. Lee was vandalized at Duke University and it prompted a statement from the university, condemning vandalism.
The injunction to keep the statue of Jefferson Davis in a prominent part of campus was denied, so the statue will be relocated to another part of the college campus.
As the College Fix reported, a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign has been started to help pay for the legal fees to keep the statue where it is, on the Main Mall at the University of Texas-Austin…
As the College Fix reported: The University of North Carolina’s memorial “Silent Sam” statue was spray-painted yet again, this time with the question “Who is Sandra Bland?” Bland is the African-American woman who, after her…
A legal challenge temporarily halts the removal of the Confederate president’s statue from a featured part of the campus to the outskirts of campus.