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Subway Tiles Resembling The Confederate Flag Remain At Times Square Station, For Now

In the wake of the violence committed by white supremacists in Charlottesville, city officials have swiftly joined the chorus of voices nationwide calling for the removal of public structures commemorating the Confederacy. In New York, those works include monuments to Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee at the Bronx Community College (removed Wednesday), a church plaque commemorating Lee at St John's Episcopal Church (also removed Wednesday), and a street in Fort Hamilton bearing Lee's name (still there, for now).
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