Two Montgomery schools drop Confederate names, adopt new mascots

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(Alabama.Com) – Two Montgomery schools will now have new colors and mascots after dropping Confederate names.

Montgomery Public Schools announced new looks for JAG and Dr. Percy L. Julian high schools, two schools formerly named for Confederate leaders Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis.

Officials voted last year to rename one high school for Percy Julian, a Montgomery-born African American chemist, and the other for a trio of white and Black civil rights figures: Judge Frank Johnson, Ralph Abernathy and Rev. Robert Graetz.

JAG High School will get a jaguar; Percy Julian High School will get a fiery phoenix, according to a hype video released Monday.

They will replace the Lee High “Generals” and the Jefferson Davis “Volunteers.”

Local efforts to change Montgomery school names began around the summer of 2020, after the murder of George Floyd. The Montgomery school board voted to eventually rename the schools in July 2020 and approved the choices last November.

“If we can unite under Confederate names, surely we can unite under individuals who have done something incredible for…

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