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Protesters kneel outside the office of Gov. Bill Haslam Monday to call for the removal of a bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest. (Chas Sisk/WPLN)
Protesters kneel outside the office of Gov. Bill Haslam Monday to call for the removal of a bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest. (Chas Sisk/WPLN)
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In the wake of what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia, many cities are thinking about what to do with their Confederate monuments.

Josh James of WUKY in Lexington, Kentucky, and Chas Sisk (@chassisk) of Here & Now contributor Nashville Public Radio report on the debate in each city.

This article was originally published on August 15, 2017.

This segment aired on August 15, 2017.

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