Why these ballerinas posed in front of Robert E. Lee statue

Two black ballerinas stood on the steps of the monument of Confederate General Robert E. Lee — capturing Virginia's future and past in a powerful photo.

06/11/2020 7:03 PM


  • Ray A.
    09/12/2021 03:37

    I can't support terrorist organizations like the Democratic party and the Confederacy

  • Kirk M.
    09/09/2021 19:55


  • Geno B.
    09/09/2021 18:36

    What a Joke

  • Allen L.
    09/09/2021 16:35

    I just found out that the British was enslaved by the Roman empire and beings I'm a english-american my ancestors hundreds of years come over from England. I'm thinking about suing the Roman empire for reparations.

  • Katakyie E.
    09/09/2021 11:49

    Good riddance

  • Andrej P.
    09/09/2021 08:23

    indians are black as well and noone sees them pulling out racist card at every occasion. They dont feel victims..they just keep living and dont cry about their racial stigma. Blacks in US are given too much attention.

  • Tim D.
    09/08/2021 23:08

    Well done Richmond. The US Civil War ended in Confederate states surrendering in 1865. The war was fought to end slavery in the southern states. It’s taken 150 years for those former Confederate states to finally begin to acknowledge the fact that they lost that war. Segregation ended only in the 1960s, with fierce opposition. Don’t pretend racism no longer exists.

  • Nevin S.
    09/08/2021 22:48

    Black???? why does that matter????- why do you point that out????

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