Confederate Statues

Public Symbols
of the Confederacy

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) Whose Heritage report on Confederate symbols throughout the United States, there are 114 Confederate symbols that have been removed since the Charleston attack — and 1,747 that still stand.

Read more on the SPLC’s website

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Blank Slate Tour

Louisville, KY

June 1 – 7 ––– Kentucky African American Heritage Center
June 8 – 9 ––– Injustice Square Park

Blank Slate Virtual Town Hall

June 3 ––– Blank Slate Youtube

Princeton, IN

June 11 – 12 ––– Lyles Station Historic Museum

Detroit, MI

June 15 – 16 ––– Motown Museum

Chicago, IL

June 17 – 20 ––– Dusable Museum

Pittsburgh, PA

June 20 – 22 ––– August Wilson African American Cultural Center

Brooklyn, NY

June 24 ––– Brooklyn Children’s Museum

New York, NY

June 25 ––– Times Square

Harlem, NY

June 26 ––– African Chop House

Washington, DC

June 29 ––– We Act Radio

Charlotte, NC

July 1 ––– The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts & Culture

Atlanta, GA

August 27 – September 4th ––– Martin Luther King Center

Confederate

Public Symbols
of the Confederacy

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) Whose Heritage report on Confederate symbols throughout the United States, there are 114 Confederate symbols that have been removed since the Charleston attack — and 1,747 that still stand.

Read more on the SPLC’s website

Blank Slate Tour

Louisville, KY

June 1 – 7 ––– Kentucky African American Heritage Center
June 8 – 9 ––– Injustice Square Park

Blank Slate Virtual Town Hall

June 3 ––– Blank Slate Youtube

Princeton, IN

June 11 – 12 ––– Lyles Station Historic Museum

Detroit, MI

June 15 – 16 ––– Motown Museum

Chicago, IL

June 17 – 20 ––– Dusable Museum

Pittsburgh, PA

June 20 – 22 ––– August Wilson African American Cultural Center

Brooklyn, NY

June 24 ––– Brooklyn Children’s Museum

New York, NY

June 25 ––– Times Square

Harlem, NY

June 26 ––– African Chop House

Washington, DC

June 29 ––– We Act Radio

Charlotte, NC

July 1 ––– The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts & Culture

Atlanta, GA

August 27 – September 4th ––– Martin Luther King Center

Connect with us