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(u) Shrove Tuesday, sometimes also known as “Mardi Gras,” in counties where carnival associations are organized for the purpose of celebrating the same.
Removal of Confederate monuments and memorials
For decades in the U.S., there have been isolated incidents of removal of Confederate monuments and memorials, although generally opposed in public opinion polls, and several U.S. states have passed laws over 115 years to hinder or prohibit further removals.
Modern display of the Confederate battle flag
The display of flags used by and associated with the Confederate States of America (1861–1865) has continued, with a long interruption, into the present day, with the "Southern cross" used in the battle flag of General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia gaining the most popular recognition as a modern symbol of the Confederacy, and by ...
Charlottesville anniversary: Confederate memorials still ...
Today the SPLC’s list of public Confederate memorials — monuments, place names, holidays and the like — is 237 entries longer, at 1,740, than in 2016.
Civil War Memory
The pose one sees in photographs of Confederate soldiers with their seemingly loyal ‘camp slaves’ is in microcosm what the issue of ‘Black Confederates’ became in our own time–a ‘pose’ by neo Confederates seeking legitimacy for their fool’s cause.