Crews in Baltimore have removed the city's Confederate monuments.
Newsy's partners at WMAR report dozens of people celebrated as the monuments were torn down in Baltimore overnight Tuesday.
The monuments are the Roger B. Taney Monument, the Confederate Women's Monument, the Robert E. Lee and Thomas. J. “Stonewall” Jackson Monument, and the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
Several cities are considering making the same move Baltimore did in light of the events in Charlottesville. Officials from cities in Texas, Tennessee, Florida, Kentucky and others have expressed interest in removing Confederate symbols.
It's unclear what will happen to the statues in Baltimore now that they've been taken down.
Some want to see them destroyed and made into other statues, while others think they should be put in a museum.