Death threats and the KKK: Inside a Black Alabaman's fight to remove a Confederate statue


  • World
  • Thursday, 27 May 2021

FILE PHOTO: Camille Bennett poses for a photo in front of the confederate statue that she is trying to have moved to the confederate cemetery in Florence, Alabama, U.S., May 19, 2021. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

(The second paragraph contains language that may offend some readers)

(Reuters) - Ever since Camille Bennett started her campaign to relocate a Confederate statue from outside the county courthouse in her hometown of Florence, Alabama, she has seen it all: threats, violent online messages and intimidation attempts.

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