BLM protester (left) and Calhoun statue protester in Marion square.
BLM protester (left) and Calhoun statue protester in Marion square.

Gallery: Calhoun statue removal protest

June 23, 2020

Protestors to keep the John C. Calhoun statue in Marion Square in Charleston June 22 were met by protestors calling for the statues removal.

 

 

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    Fred BostonJun 24, 2020 at 6:00 PM

    The statue is part of history, should have been left alone. They take Calhoun down but want King to rise. We already have a holiday for King, we should have a day for Calhoun. They both changed history, they should both be treated the same. Now talking about changing name of Calhoun Street, what about King Street? History has not always been fair, but it is still history.

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