RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Gov. Roy Cooper launched an op-ed Tuesday afternoon the place he requires the removing of all Accomplice monuments on state property.
Cooper stated he’s nicely conscious of the white supremacy that exists in trendy society resulting from his sixteen years as lawyer common.
“I’ve requested the Division of Pure and Cultural Assets to find out the price and logistics of eradicating Accomplice monuments from state property in addition to options for his or her placement at museums or historic websites the place they are often studied in context,” Cooper wrote.
Learn the op-ed right here.
“It’s time to maneuver ahead,” Cooper wrote.
He additionally referred to as for lawmakers to repeal at 2015 North Carolina regulation that bans native governments from eradicating monuments with out state approval.
“Cities, counties and the state should have the authority and alternative to make these selections,” the governor stated.