2 edition of Pull down to New Orleans found in the catalog.
Pull down to New Orleans
|Statement||by Zachary Ball.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3 .B2 Pu|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||46007569|
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New Orleans took down four Confederate-era monuments in after a months-long process of contentious public meetings and demonstrations. But other controversial symbols remain. The city has started a process to discuss renaming streets. If you’re planning on vacationing overnight on a long-distance Amtrak train, there are various sleeping accommodations to choose from.
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Malcolm Suber, center, of Take Em Down NOLA talks outside City Hall about removing statues including the Andrew Jackson Stature in the French Quarter in New Orleans, La. Thursday, Sept. 22, In recent years, New Orleans has taken steps to remove symbols of the Confederate-era.
Inunder former Mayor Mitch Landrieu, four confederate monuments were taken down across the city amid. New Orleans Protesters Pull Down Bust, Throw It in River More In this frame grab from video posted on Twitter, protesters bring down a bust of slave owner John McDonogh, Saturday, J