By Stefanie Jackson – A public hearing on Eastville’s Confederate monument drew participation from citizens who agreed that something should be done about the war memorial, but they didn’t agree on what should be done.
Northampton supervisors held the public hearing during their Oct. 13 meeting.
Speakers appeared divided on...
By Stefanie Jackson – Across the U.S., recent protests against racism and social injustice have turned violent, leading to an array of destruction including defacing and toppling historic statues and monuments.
In light of those events, attention has turned to the Eastern Shore’s two Confederate monuments – one in Parksley,...
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