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Lawsuit re: Confederate monument

Inweekly has reviewed attorney David Rhodes McCallister’s lawsuit on the behalf of the Ladies Memorial Association, Randall Crooke – a representative of the Stephen Russell…

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Confederate Monument Dead

By Jeremy Morrison and Sydney Robinson After more than a century, Pensacola’s Confederate monument is coming down. In a five-hour marathon of a meeting Tuesday…

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City staff recommends Confederate monument’s removal

“The Square and Monument are not equitable representations of all our citizens.” – Keith Wilkins Pensacola City Administrator Keith Wilkins has sent a recommendation to…

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Pensacola divided over Confederate monument

Divisions by race, age, party and neighborhood  The city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether to remove the Confederate monument in Lee Square. If…

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Poll: City voters split on monument removal, County voters want it to stay

According to a recent poll conducted by The Political Matrix, city of Pensacola voters are divided on whether the Confederate monument in the city’s Lee…

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National Trust for Historic Preservation on Confederate monuments

National Trust for Historic Preservation: Statement on Confederate Monuments In recent weeks, protests throughout America and around the world have sprung up in support of…

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St. John’s Cemetery offers to take Confederate monument

Eric Stevenson, president of St. John’s Cemetery, Inc, has sent a letter to Mayor Grover Robinson and the Pensacola City Council offering a space at…

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Mike Hill defends Confederate monument, of course

GOP State Rep. Mike Hill has put up a video on Facebook defending the Confederate monument in downtown Pensacola: “I’m Conservative Republican Representative Mike Hill….

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Add-on to start clock on removal of monument:

Here is the proposed Add-on: That City Council accept the introduction of the Confederate Monument Discussion, thereby beginning the time period of thirty-calendar days required…

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