City Used $20K Donation To Modify Confederate School Names

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Three schools originally named after Confederate generals in Petersburg, Virginia were given new signs on Tuesday because the city voted to change the schools’ titles, according to NBC 12.

Made possible from over $20,000 of donations, the signs were swapped at the following elementary schools: A.P. Hill, Robert E. Lee and J.E.B. Stuart — now titled Cool Spring, Lakemont and Pleasants Lane, respectively. The estimated tab was $18,000.—More…


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