Political Rewind: Confederate Monuments Become Flash Points
Monday on Political Rewind, Confederate monuments across America have become a flash point during ongoing protests over police brutality and systemic racism.
Central to the issue is a disagreement about what monuments to the Confederacy represent: history or mythology?
Statues have been brought down by local government or protesters in North Carolina, Virginia and Georgia.
Jim Galloway — Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Lead Political Writer
Sheffield Hale — President and Chief Executive Officer, Atlanta History Center
Mary Margaret Oliver — State Rep. (D-Decatur)
Michael Thurmond — DeKalb County CEO