Black plastic and police tape cover the vandalism to the Confederate Women’s Monument on the State Capital grounds on Tuesday morning July 21, 2015 in Raleigh. A block away, the N.C. House debated the fate of Confederate monuments – and who should have the power to take them down.
Black plastic and police tape cover the vandalism to the Confederate Women’s Monument on the State Capital grounds on Tuesday morning July 21, 2015 in Raleigh. A block away, the N.C. House debated the fate of Confederate monuments – and who should have the power to take them down. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Black plastic and police tape cover the vandalism to the Confederate Women’s Monument on the State Capital grounds on Tuesday morning July 21, 2015 in Raleigh. A block away, the N.C. House debated the fate of Confederate monuments – and who should have the power to take them down. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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