HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) — A 115-year-old Confederate monument that was the subject of protests in Alabama this year was removed from outside a county courthouse early Friday. News outlets reported that a small group of onlookers cheered at the Madison County Courthouse in Huntsville as crews took away the stone memorial, which was topped by the likeness of a soldier, in pieces. Music blasted during part of the work. 'I'm speechless, literally speechless. It's an amazing time for our culture and for people of all colors. I'm excited that I'm able to watch this event happen during this time,' said […]
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