What do confederate monuments represent now? Some see them as a reminder of our nation's history with slavery and white supremacy. Others argue the monuments do reflect a period of our nation's history and that is why they should not be removed. This argument is part of a movement to remove confederate monuments from public spaces.
Today, we talk about confederate monuments in New Orleans and Ohio.
- Joan Cashin, professor, The Ohio State University
- Alan Blinder, covers the South for The New York Times