‘Confederate fabulous:’ Gay and black issues collide at Lee Park


General Robert E. Lee’s horse, Traveler, was gaily festooned at the Cville Pride Festival, until someone called police and accused the festival of defacing the statue. Guillermo Ubilla; SCHMIDT: Courtesy subject

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