Being PC and Also Respecting the Past

There seems to be two sides when discussing the United States Southern history. Those who want to preserve confederate monuments feel that their heritage is under attack. On the other hand, others see the erected monuments and places named after confederate ‘heros’ argue this immortalizes oppressors. How do we satisfy both sides? It is important to preserve history while respecting people’s narratives on the topic.

https://www.npr.org/2021/02/23/970610428/nearly-100-confederate-monuments-removed-in-2020-report-says-more-than-700-remai#:~:text=Organization-,Nearly100ConfederateMonumentsRemovedIn2020ReportSaysMore,aftermathofGeorgeFloyd’skilling

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