A panel of historians discussed the history of Confederate monuments and their place in society. They took comments from an audience of historians on whether the monuments should remain, be taken down, or contextualized with additional signage.
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Edward L. Ayers President Emeritus University of Richmond
Christy S. Coleman Chief Executive Officer American Civil War Museum
Turkiya Lowe Chief Historian National Park Service
John Tchen Director Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience
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