This 32-foot granite monument honoring Confederate soldiers and sailors has stood in St. Louis’ Forest Park since 1914, but St. Louis officials hope to have the monument removed.
This 32-foot granite monument honoring Confederate soldiers and sailors has stood in St. Louis’ Forest Park since 1914, but St. Louis officials hope to have the monument removed. AP file
This 32-foot granite monument honoring Confederate soldiers and sailors has stood in St. Louis’ Forest Park since 1914, but St. Louis officials hope to have the monument removed. AP file

Effort to remove Confederate monument in St. Louis is gaining crowdfunding

May 18, 2017 10:06 AM

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