‘You Want A Confederate Monument? My Body Is A Confederate Monument’

“Nowhere was prejudice more pronounced than in Southern states. While politicians made big gains in elections and removed black postmasters and other minor officials from their jobs; successive laws were passed limiting the opportunities and freedom of black citizens. And there was considerable support for one high- ranking Georgia official whose contention was that a negro’s place is in the cornfield.”

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