Residents in several North Carolina communities are seeking to rename streets, local structures and neighborhoods with historical ties to the Confederacy, slavery and segregation. "I'm not advocating for a wholesale scrap and burn of all the names to every place, but I do think we need ... to really be receptive to the fact that we have always been and will always be a dynamic, changing, diverse country," says University of Tennessee geography professor Derek Alderman.
N.C. communities consider renaming places
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