Civil Rights Activists Rally To Rename Confederate-Era Park

MEMPHIS, TN - AUGUST 13: Protesters Benjamin Anderson (C), his mother Eden Atwood (R), and her boyfriend Peter Stewart (L) listen during a protest against the name of Nathan Bedford Forrest Park August 13, 2005 in Memphis, Tennessee. Nathan Bedford Forrest was a Civil War General who led troops against the north. Forrest was originally buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis. In 1905 Confederate veterans arranged to move his remains and those of his wife Mary to a new site, named Forrest Park, which is adorned with a statue of him riding a horse. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images)
MEMPHIS, TN - AUGUST 13: Protesters Benjamin Anderson (C), his mother Eden Atwood (R), and her boyfriend Peter Stewart (L) listen during a protest against the name of Nathan Bedford Forrest Park August 13, 2005 in Memphis, Tennessee. Nathan Bedford Forrest was a Civil War General who led troops against the north. Forrest was originally buried in Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis. In 1905 Confederate veterans arranged to move his remains and those of his wife Mary to a new site, named Forrest Park, which is adorned with a statue of him riding a horse. (Photo by Carlo Allegri/Getty Images)
Civil Rights Activists Rally To Rename Confederate-Era Park
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