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Here’s what to do with one Confederate monument in Baltimore

The Jackson-Lee Monument in Wyman Park in Baltimore was removed a few years ago.
The Jackson-Lee Monument in Wyman Park in Baltimore was removed a few years ago. (Denise Sanders/Baltimore Sun)

I would like to see the Jackson-Lee monument returned to Wyman Park with a new addition nearby — a grouping of statues depicting Harriet Tubman leading families to freedom (“No rush to find homes for Baltimore’s Confederate monuments,” Sept. 27).

Richard Messick, Baltimore

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