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Re-envisioning Robert E. Lee

Since the murder of George Floyd May 25, 2020, the United States has been forced to address its racial divide. This examination manifests itself in Richmond, Virginia with the re-envisioning of the Confederate statues situated on Monument Avenue.

Over the course of the past year, all but one of the statues had been removed: that of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. It is the largest and most symbolic of the Confederate statues in the US and its supporters fought until the bitter end to keep it in place. That fight ended this week when the Virginia Supreme Court refused to block the State from removing it. The statue was removed today, Wednesday September 8, 2021.

This gallery contains images of the statue as it was re-envisioned over the past year, prior to being fenced off from the public.

50% of the profit from the sale of these prints will go to support REAL LIFE, an organization dedicated to supporting community members in transition.

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