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Prevention is badly needed.
As was done in Dred Scott, the judicial branch’s idiotic logic pushes our society to the brink.
Is this statue a polarizing issue? Which side are you on?
The 2020 Presidential election will soon become a single issue campaign.
Anti-racist work is ours.
Let it stand and also let others show why her moment in history is also necessary.
“The removal petition deliberately throws gasoline on the residual embers of resentment…”
A more social worker-heavy model as an addition to a police department is a reasonable idea.
“Erasing Seward from our history won’t make our history more fair…”
We need to expand our ideas for the statuary in the Court Plaza.
Here is what I know: The statue is causing pain to some of my neighbors.
Is this how a state with the highest environmental standards in the world would act?
I would hope that the state of Alaska would continue to memorialize Seward by maintaining his statue
Alaska can do better.
For myself, I am reminded on a near-daily basis of Seward’s history and the symbols he represents…
There’s still a lot of work to be done.
This is about protecting American lives while also upholding our democratic institutions
Make choices accordingly.
There are questions that need to be asked about Buffalo.
Complex, deep-seated issues facing our country won’t be solved by quelling debate, limiting freedoms.