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Stone Mountain to Downplay Confederate Symbols Without Removing Carving

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by Dave Williams | May 24, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

STONE MOUNTAIN – The state board that oversees Stone Mountain Park voted Monday to tone down its Confederate imagery but stay in keeping with a state law prohibiting the removal of historic monuments from public property.

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  1. Stoney??? Are you you, or are you me?? I have written the SAME EXACT THING in other articles and platforms! LOL!!
    I hate that they do this and will be so disappointed in the Augusta Press if they continue this. This is racist in it’s own right. Do black people, who understandably want equality, think this sort of division…even this subtle…is okay? Because it’s not okay. This doesn’t exactly fit the idea of equality, does it?

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