Jefferson Davis Park In Fort Worth To Be RenamedJefferson Davis Park in Fort Worth is set to get a new name. The City Council voted 6-3 on Tuesday to rename it Parque Unidad/Unity Park.
Jefferson Davis Park Next On Confederacy-Connected Names Chopping BlockA Fort Worth park named after one-time president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, may soon receive a name change.
University Of Texas In Austin Removes Confederate StatuesUniversity of Texas President Greg Fenves ordered the immediate removal of statues of Robert E. Lee and other prominent Confederate figures from a main area of campus.
Duke University Removes Damaged Robert E. Lee StatueDuke University removed a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee early Saturday after it was vandalized amid a national debate about monuments to the Confederacy.
Sides Clash Over Confederate Monuments In DallasThe debate over Confederate monuments has captured the attention of many, including a former Dallas city council member.
Armed Protesters Fear Removal Of Texas Hero's StatueHundreds of individuals, some armed, gathered at a Houston park Saturday to protest what they believe are efforts to remove a statue of Texas hero Sam Houston because he owned slaves.
New Orleans Takes Down 3rd Confederate-Era MonumentWorkers in New Orleans have taken down a Confederate monument to Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, the third of four such monuments to come down in the city.
Trump Top Suggestion To Replace Robert E. Lee School NameDonald J. Trump Elementary was the most popular suggestion with 45 submissions out of 240 received, according to Austin Independent School District officials.
4 Texas schools With Confederate Names To Get New MonikersTrustees of the largest school district in Texas have decided that four campuses with Confederate names will get new monikers.
Some North Texas Stores Aren't Ditching Confederate Flag"We carry the five flags of the Confederacy," says Denise Lucas of The Flag Store. She's not a fan of the flag, but it's history.
Confederate Symbols Cropping Up In Texas; Students, NAACP Push BackJefferson Davis - believe it or not - is causing a civil war on a campus in Austin; and all throughout the Lone Star State. Texans are now asking, "Should Confederate symbols be allowed to stand?"