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The Year in Review 

A look back at 2020, a year that none of us will forget.

click to enlarge The Vindicatrix was removed from the Jefferson Davis monument on July 8. The bronze statue stood atop the monument since 1907.

Scott Elmquist

The Vindicatrix was removed from the Jefferson Davis monument on July 8. The bronze statue stood atop the monument since 1907.

Between a reckoning with racism that brought down the city’s Confederate monuments and a deadly global pandemic that changed everything, it was a doozy of a year that will live in infamy – as well as hope for the future.

So Long, 2020

The Year in Monuments

Rhonda Sneed’s 2020

Princess Blanding’s 2020

Dustin Klein’s 2020

Jason Alley’s 2020

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