Meghan McCorkell has more from both sides of the debate.
There are more than half a dozen Confederate-era statues in Baltimore. Now a panel will look into whether they will stay or go.
“Many of us have passed this monument over and over, countless times,” said one.
The giant statue depicts Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. Now activists say it, and other Confederate-era memorials, should come down.
“This is a city park. It does not need to be here. This basically is symbolism of racism, of slavery,” said community activist Marvin “Doc” Cheatham.