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In her scathing, a bear did manage to escape and was shot soon after. but we’re going to protect the American worker, Ore. on Oct. 31 2012 Melina Mara—The Washington Post/Getty Images Jeb Bush speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor Md on Feb 27 2015 Mark Peterson—Redux for TIME 1 of 16 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] extreme precautions are a measure of just how intense the debate over the removal of Confederate monuments has become in this port city which prizes both its deep-rooted history and reputation for multiculturalism and social tolerance The fight began in 2015 when–six months after a white supremacist’s rampage in a black church in Charleston SC–New Orleans’ city council voted to remove Liberty Monument and three other memorials to Confederate leaders After legal challenges the statues are starting to fall The demolition has awakened the ghosts that linger in the South where some see tributes to the Confederacy as symbols of heritage and others as reminders of hate “We should not be venerating Confederates or bestowing an honor to them” says Malcolm Suber founder of Take ‘Em Down NOLA a group advocating the removal of 23 statues in the city While the Charleston shooting was a catalyst the push to take down the symbols including removing the Confederate flag from South Carolina’s capitol coincides with changing demographics “The constituency for these monuments has diluted significantly” says David Goldfield a history professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Pierre McGraw president of the Monumental Task Committee says keeping the memorials is about preserving history “When we trash our historic cultural artifacts that doesn’t serve a common good” McGraw says “It tells me that New Orleans has lost her soul” Mayor Mitch Landrieu is standing firm even after violence erupted following a May 7 march at a General Robert E Lee statue “We’re correcting a historical wrong” Landrieu tells TIME “Those monuments have never reflected the totality of who we are” Contact us at [email protected] This appears in the May 22 2017 issue of TIMEDespite ongoing protests and petitions 6-year-old Lexi who’s 15% Choctaw Native American was removed from her foster home on Monday in accordance with the Indian Child Welfare Act according to reports Demonstrators took the streets outside of the foster family’s home in Sanata Clarita California on Monday as the Department of Children and Family Services removed the girl from the home she’s spent the last four years in KTLA reports DCFS originally attempted to retrieve Lexi from the home of Rusty and Summer Page who have three children of their own but protestors surrounded the house effectively blocking the agency from entering and forcing them reschedule Although protestors were still present on Monday DCFS managed to remove Lexi from her foster home in order to send her to Utah where she will live with extended family According to ABC 7 Rusty said that Lexi reached from him and called him her “Superman” as she begged “Don’t let them take me away” However Lexi’s pleas didn’t put a stop to the removal as her foster mother and siblings watched through tears while she placed in a car the emotionally charged moment captured on video by ABC 7 “At the end of the day if I can’t understand why they would take her I can’t explain it to my kids” Rusty told the network promising “We’ll fight until I die” While PEOPLE could not reach the Choctaw Nation for comment the organization told ABC 7 in an earlier statement that they want what is “the best for this Choctaw child” “The tribe’s values of faith family and culture are what makes our tribal identity so important to us” the statement added “Therefore we will continue to work to maintain these values and work toward the long-term best interest of this child” The Pages have been trying to adopt Lexi whose biological parents have long relinquished custody for the last two and half years “Lexi doesn’t know another home” Rusty told Fox 11 over the weekend “She finally knows what mom and dad means and they want to take that away from her And we can’t stand idly by while that happens” Added Summer “As hard as it is and as scary as it is to go up against the people we going up against we’re putting everything on the line A mom is not going to site back a dad is not going to sit back We’re going to fight until the very end” This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Contact us at [email protected] Joe Burbank—Orlando Sentinel/MCT/Getty Images Republican nominee for President, Democratic incumbent Sen. Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) League.” Mangnall said. as to do otherwise may enthrone arbitrariness”.

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” she says.He oversold his opposition to the war in Iraq The White House has said that President Donald Trump hopes Moore “will do the right thing and step aside” if the allegations are true. He was also part of the Track II diplomacy process with Pakistan.

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