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2020-10-23

Rob Anderson sends photos from near Calhoon Hall, UT Austin

Where Robert E Lee statue used to be
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I went into Calhoon almost every weekday for almost 8 years and don’t even remember the statue.

I still think we need both a statue and protesters for anyone to learn anything. That’s certainly the way it worked for me.

Statue? Protesters? Create awareness?
yes yes yes
yes no no
no yes maybe
no no no

The third case is rather rare, I think.


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