State Appeals Court to decide whether Alamance monument challenge can proceed

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(Carolina Journal) – Plaintiffs led by the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP want the state Court of Appeals to revive their lawsuit against the Confederate monument that sits outside the Alamance County Courthouse in Graham. A three-judge appellate panel heard an hour of arguments in the case Tuesday.

A trial judge ruled in favor of the county. Opponents urged the panel to reverse that decision.

“This particular monument — not all Confederate memorials, certainly not all monuments — but this particular one in Alamance County, situated as it is on the place where Mr. Wyatt Outlaw was lynched in 1870, dedicated in 1914 by someone who praised the monument as standing as a memory to the great achievements of our own race and blood, dedicated by Mr. Henry London, who was on record as wanting to purge North Carolina of the ignorant Negro vote, … we have laid out plenty of evidence that this particular monument commemorates white supremacy,” argued Mark Fleming, the Boston-based lawyer…

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