Black Community United wants Confederate monument removed - Washington Daily News

About 50 protesters publicly launched the newly formed Black Community United in Columbia on June 26 with a peaceful march from the schoolhouse to the courthouse, where they listened to a series of speakers call for removal of the Confederate monument from public property.

After three or four individuals had spoken, an “open mic” session evolved with one after another speaking extemporaneously against the monument, of the impact past segregation practices had on them…

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