The Newsmakers

Is Destroying Controversial Monuments Erasing History or Righting Past Wrongs?

From New Zealand to Belgium, people are destroying monuments that celebrate a colonial past. The movement to destroy central figures of the confederacy and those who looked to preserve slavery is most visible in the United States, occurring alongside protests over police brutality and racism that reignited after George Floyd's killing. But is the toppling of monuments erasing history or righting the wrongs of the past? Guests: Kirk Savage Author of 'Standing Soldiers, Kneeling Slaves' Libby Emmons Senior Editor for The Post Millennial and Contributor at The Federalist William Sturkey Author of 'Hattiesburg: An American City in Black and White'

Monumental Mistakes?

Monumental Mistakes?

Protests over black man’s deadly encounter with police

Protests over black man’s deadly encounter with police

All four former police officers now charged in Floyd’s death

All four former police officers now charged in Floyd’s death

Brazil Protests: Thousands gather to condemn police brutality

Brazil Protests: Thousands gather to condemn police brutality

Zimbabwe Arrests

Zimbabwe Arrests

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Belarus Elections

Belarus Elections

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Disarming A Nuclear World

Disarming A Nuclear World

Kashmir Under Lockdown

Kashmir Under Lockdown

Duterte’s Report Card

Duterte’s Report Card

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Trump's Troops

Trump's Troops

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

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