Confederate Statue Removed From North Carolina Courthouse

A Confederate monument that stood for over 112 years was removed from a North Carolina courthouse this week.

The bronze statue of a Confederate soldier was removed overnight from outside the Chatham County courthouse after county commissioners voted to remove it back in August.

The statue will reportedly be kept in storage until a "more appropriate" location is found.

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