David Horsey

David Horsey: Gettysburg is where white armies battled over the fate of black lives

David Horsey: Gettysburg is where white armies battled over the fate of black lives

Editor’s note: In response to the newly revived -- and increasingly militant and violent -- white supremacist movement in America, a new debate has emerged over Confederate monuments and the extent to which the legacy of slavery remains unaddressed. David Horsey went on the road to Richmond, Charlottesville and Harper's Ferry, Va., and to Gettysburg, Pa., to get insights into the issue. This is the last installment of a five-part series.

GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania -- In the middle of a pool game in the back room of the Flying Bull tavern, my new friend, Jarrod Stout, pulled me aside. He wanted to make sure I had his back if things got rough. As soon as he'd come into the...

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