Push to remove Confederate monuments extends to infamous Stone Mountain by CBS Evening News   1 year ago

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There's no bigger monument to the Confederacy than a towering sculpture carved into the side of Stone Mountain, Georgia. The mountain is also considered the symbolic birthplace of the modern Ku Klux Klan. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the petition going around to remove the sculpture.

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