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Georgia officials vote to make changes to largest U.S. Confederate monument

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(Reuters) – Managers of the largest U.S. shrine to the pro-slavery Confederacy on Monday voted to create a museum exhibit to “tell the truth” about the Georgia monument and its giant carvings of Confederate figures, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The Stone Mountain Memorial Association’s board of directors also voted to relocate Confederate flags to a less-traveled area of Stone Mountain Park, located about 25 miles northeast of Atlanta, and to change the association’s logo, which replicates the mountainside carvings of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Generals Robert E. L…

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