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  • Angry Mayor Responds to Critics on Statue Removal

    Strickland defends record on minority issues and says that criticism is "an attempt to divide this city."
      Strickland takes space on Facebook page to defend his record on minority issues and says that criticism of him for not acting immediately on Confederate monuments is "an attempt to divide this city with the kind of racial politics that we should all reject."
  • Councilman Calls for Local Control, Wants Confederate Monuments Removed

    District 1's Bill Morrison challenges state law, says Memphians should have "right and power" over public monuments.
      District 1's Bill Morrison challenges state law, denounces "the evil and hatred spewed by white supremacists," and says "the people and leaders of Memphis" should have "the right and power to decide which monuments and statues will stand in our parks and public spaces."
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