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  • Lexington Mayor Jim Gray applauded at vigil for decision to move Confederate statues

    Lexington Mayor Jim Gray spoke at a vigil in downtown Lexington on Monday night, honoring the victims of weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va. On Saturday, Gray called for the city to move two Confederate statues out of downtown Lexington. Video by Matt Goins

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray applauded at vigil for decision to move Confederate statues

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray spoke at a vigil in downtown Lexington on Monday night, honoring the victims of weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va. On Saturday, Gray called for the city to move two Confederate statues out of downtown Lexington. Video by Matt Goins
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