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In the former capital of the Confederacy, the debate over the city's famed Civil War monuments is heating up

As memorials toppled across the country, the African American mayor of the former capital of the Confederacy defended his city’s own. Removal doesn't do “anything for telling the actual truth,” Levar Stoney said. That was Monday. Two days later, the Richmond mayor said Confederate monuments had...
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