Oklahoma City Votes Unanimously To Rename Three Schools Named After Confederates At Cost of $40,000

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An Oklahoma school board voted unanimously Monday to rename three Confederate schools, an action which will cost the district $40,000. The Oklahoma City, Okla. school board voted 7-0 to rename schools named after Gens. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and Isaac Stand Watie, reported Fox25 News. “As the district begins the input process to determine…



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  1. Jim Forsythe

    How stupid! Wasting the citizens money to show their prejudice against the South. The citizens should recall the hold bunch.

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