National Cathedral to Remove Windows Honoring Confederate Generals

Officials at Washington National Cathedral announced a decision that they said had been made more urgent by the racially tinged violence in Charlottesville, Va.

Passage Home, and Perhaps a 3rd Life, for the Rosa Parks House in Berlin

The home that was a haven to the civil rights pioneer in the ’50s has secured a ticket back to the United States.

A Boom in Confederate Monuments, on Private Land

Unlike the Confederate memorials of yesteryear, erected in busy public squares, today’s are mostly appearing far from the bustle of daily life.

Far From Dixie, Outcry Grows Over a Wider Array of Monuments

By TRIP GABRIEL August 25, 2017 It began with calls to remove Confederate generals. But since the violence in Charlottesville, Va., two weeks ago, the anger from the left over monuments and public images deemed racist, insensitive or inappropriate has...