"Vice News Tonight" reporter Antonia Hylton interviews Lexington Mayor Jim Gray about Confederate monuments in the episode shown Aug. 17, 2017 on HBO.
"Vice News Tonight" reporter Antonia Hylton interviews Lexington Mayor Jim Gray about Confederate monuments in the episode shown Aug. 17, 2017 on HBO. Screenshot by Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
"Vice News Tonight" reporter Antonia Hylton interviews Lexington Mayor Jim Gray about Confederate monuments in the episode shown Aug. 17, 2017 on HBO. Screenshot by Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
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