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Bulloch County commissioners reject Willow Hill request for context marker at Confederate statue
Hear mostly from SCV, stand on 2017 policy
After the Bulloch County Commission voted down the proposed installation of a contextual marker next to the Confederate monument on the ground of the old Bulloch County Courthouse, Dr. Alvin Jackson of the Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center, center, has a discussion with Mike Mull, left, and Maxwell Scott of the of the Ogeechee Rifle Camp 941 Sons of Confederate Veterans in the hallway at the Bulloch County Annex on Tuesday.
Bulloch County commissioners, by a 3-2 vote along racial lines Tuesday morning, denied the Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center’s request for a marker placing the 1909 Confederate memorial on the courthouse grounds in the context of white supremacy and glorification of “the Lost Cause.”
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