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Tampa Bay pro sports teams join effort to move Tampa Confederate statue

In the wake of riots in Charlottesville, pressure has grown around the country to move or remove symbols of the Confederacy from their longstanding pedestals. Hillsborough County, Florida had reached an agreement last month to move Memoria in Aeterna, a statue commemorating the Confederacy, from its current location in downtown Tampa to a family cemetery in Brandon, Florida.
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