Author’s great-great grandfather served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan and studied law under U.S. Vice President John C. Breckinridge. Statues of both Confederate leaders stand in downtown Lexington near the site of an historic slave market.
Author’s great-great grandfather served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan and studied law under U.S. Vice President John C. Breckinridge. Statues of both Confederate leaders stand in downtown Lexington near the site of an historic slave market. Herald-Leader file photo
Author’s great-great grandfather served under Gen. John Hunt Morgan and studied law under U.S. Vice President John C. Breckinridge. Statues of both Confederate leaders stand in downtown Lexington near the site of an historic slave market. Herald-Leader file photo

My family is connected to Lexington’s Confederate statues; it’s time to move them

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