Ohio, a Union State, Will Reinstall Confederate Monument for Some Reason
When you try to be better about racism but decide you’re not really about that life: an American story.
In today’s chapter, we go to Franklin Township in Ohio. Now, if you consult your history books, you’ll find that Ohio was a Union state during the Civil War. Which makes the fact that the township installed a marker in 1927 honoring Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee all the more peculiar.
And so it was until August, WKYC reports, when the neighboring town, Franklin, removed the monument after a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., turned deadly.
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