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Senator Cory Booker Will Introduce Bill to Remove Confederate Statues from US Capitol

A major focus of the legislation will be to remove sculptures of Confederate figures from National Statuary Hall. The post Senator Cory Booker Will Introduce Bill to Remove Confederate Statues from US Capitol appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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