An official report is urging major changes to Monument Avenue in Richmond, which features five statues of Confederate leaders

A commission studying what to do with prominent Confederate monuments in Richmond, Virginia, has recommended removing one that honors Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy. It also said permanent signage with historical context should be erected near other statues.

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