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Sagnik Basu Jun 26
“Why are you protecting it?!” BLM activist gets into a verbal exchange with an older black guy who was speaking up against tearing the statue down.
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Dr Jenny Woodley Jul 20
If you've been following the debate about you might be interested to read my piece for about the Bethune Memorial, which faces it across Lincoln Park "No Longer Just Lincoln and a Slave"| History News Network
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Jude Jackson Jun 26
“The assault on monuments and other memorials honoring the leaders of the American Revolution and Civil War are political provocations aimed at whipping up racial animosities.”
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Sarah Haider 🚀 Jun 27
I don’t care much for statues. But the is an exception. Paid for by freed slaves, it’s poignant message is being misunderstood and ignored by self-righteous young activists, who see it as yet another hateful symbol to be destroyed.
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Abigail Marone Jun 27
Earlier this week Marcia Cole explained the true meaning of the . Last night she went out to defend it against protesters wanting to tear it down. WATCH 👇🏼
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Mild Treason Jun 26
She didn't know that former slaves paid for the statue. This generation needs to learn how to learn. You think you'd at least take the time to learn about something before deciding that you want to destroy it.
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CompoundBoss Jun 26
The description of this video is wrong. It should read, “Maniacal, mentally ill, emotionally disturbed, ignorant woman screams incoherently as a calm, collected, knowledgeable man asks her if she even knows the background of the statue she wants to destroy.”
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Thaddeus Russell Jun 26
I hope they don't tear down the . It is the most honest representation of racial liberalism I have seen.
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Star Parker ⭐🇺🇸 Jul 18
Those who want to destroy our statues and rewrite our history are terrorists. Watch me and a panel discuss this issue on my new episode of Cure America with Star Parker:
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Desirée Young Jun 29
WATCH: Black Americans Turn Out To Defend Lincoln Emancipation Memorial From Radical Activists
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Exquirentibus Jun 26
A descendent of one of the liberated slaves and black Union Army soldiers who fully funded the Memorial in DC beseeches the crowd not to tear down the statue. He’s shouted down by white activists.
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Simulation Warlord🇺🇸 Jun 26
Imagine acting and talking to one of your elders like this. 🤯🤯🤯 BLM and Antifa are losing their minds.
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🇺🇸 Jun 25
I hear rolling across the here in . I it moves south to & ruins the night planned by who want to the nation’s .
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CapitalCommunityNews 16 Apr 18
At redo of 1876 ceremony as at 1st, Douglass said Lincoln was “pre-eminently the white man’s president” but also penned “the immortal paper,” which made slavery forever impossible in the US... Though we waited long, we saw all this and more.”
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Greg Carr Jul 3
Read this excellent piece by on DC's in . An excellent primer and gateway to understanding perspectives and arguments on all sides: D.C. Capitol Hill Abraham Lincoln Statue Is Still Sparking Public Debate
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John Suarez ن Jun 28
In Defense of the Emancipation Memorial: The Freedman Statue paid for by former slaves and unveiled on April 14, 1876 by Frederick Douglass
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tHe ReVoLuTiOn wILL bE TweetEd OuT📣 Jul 20
Before the became problematic for the Congresswoman...
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Adam Mclean Jul 2
For those interested in what the real socialists have to say, the SEP is hosting an online forum with distinguished historians on July 4. Marxists defend the heritage of the American Revolution and Civil War.
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Sam Pye Jun 27
VIDEO: A predominately white crowd of 🇨🇳 / supporters attempts to silence a black man defending the Lincoln in Washington DC. 🇨🇳 🇺🇸
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alex gonyias Aug 5
. Black big mouth bitch militant. How nice to see elderly black man keep his composure. Thank you sir
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