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During her SPLC interview, Anderson pointed out that the United Daughters of the Confederacy erected hundreds of statues at local courthouses and other public spaces across the South to distort American history and celebrate traitors to the Union who fought to keep Black people enslaved. She believes that Confederate monuments belong in museums, where they can be studied and placed in their proper historical context. Here, she participates in a photo shoot for breast cancer survivors in February 2020.