"There's a lot more complexity to it than people understand," said David Woodard. "The context and generational change" made this "the time" he added.
"I'm concerned about the fact that you have a corridor of shame that runs down 95 where you have some of the poorest African-Americans in the country," said Jason Johnson. "Taking down a symbol is not going to change the lives of African-Americans in that state."
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