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    Opposing sides meet at Confederate statue

Opposing sides meet at Confederate statue

Chants of “Your Southern Soldiers were Enemy Combatants” and a rendition of the Battle Hymn of the Republic divided the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets last Sunday afternoon as more than 100 people gathered downtown to speak in support of or against the city’s decision to remove the statue which was placed at the old Forsyth County Courthouse in 1905.

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    California Congress woman Maxine Waters makes history

California Congress woman Maxine Waters makes history

As 2019 begins, there is also a new Congress with leadership in the House of Representatives that makes history for people of color and women alike. 

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    Supporters and opponents to removal of statue meet at City Hall

Supporters and opponents to removal of statue meet at City Hall

Supporters and those in opposition to the removal of the Confederate statue from the corner of Fourth and Liberty Streets showed up in droves at City Hall earlier this week.

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