New Orleans Votes To Move Confederate-Era Monuments
After months of debate, the New Orleans City Council voted to move Confederate-era monuments.By Katie Link | December 17, 2015
Four Confederate-era monuments in New Orleans will be relocated after the City Council voted to declare them a nuisance Thursday.
"If you don't know anyone offended by the statues part of you probably don't pay attention to the people you're around and you don't know what's going on in their head." (Video via WVUE)
A monument dedicated to the Battle of Liberty Place and statues of Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Gen. Robert E. Lee will be removed from their current locations after much debate. (Video via WWL-TV)