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Public Symbols of the Confederacy

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The Civil War ended over 150 years ago, but Confederate memorials remain a part of the American landscape. From monuments to roadways, schools to military bases, symbols of the Confederacy have been identified in 36 different states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. Explore the map to discover if there’s a live Confederate memorial in the place you call home. If there is, use our community action guide to help remove these symbols of hate and white supremacy from your community.