Avery Tandy, age eight, and her brother Solomon Tandy, age six, examined the statue of Jefferson Davis after the Black History Month Celebration at the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort, Ky, on Feb. 10, 2016. The siblings attended the celebration with their parents.
Avery Tandy, age eight, and her brother Solomon Tandy, age six, examined the statue of Jefferson Davis after the Black History Month Celebration at the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort, Ky, on Feb. 10, 2016. The siblings attended the celebration with their parents. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com
Avery Tandy, age eight, and her brother Solomon Tandy, age six, examined the statue of Jefferson Davis after the Black History Month Celebration at the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort, Ky, on Feb. 10, 2016. The siblings attended the celebration with their parents. Pablo Alcala palcala@herald-leader.com

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