Standing Against Hate, Extremism, and BigotryDavid W. Burns2017-08-22T11:13:46-04:00
In May 2017, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu delivered remarks on the removal of Confederate statues from his city. That leadership then has proven to be a turning point for cities across the United States. Watch his full speech below.
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