For more than 100 years, the Talbot Boys Confederate Monument has been standing tall on courthouse property.
Supporters of the Move the Monument Coalition were asked: “Why do you want the Talbot Boys Confederate Monument moved from the courthouse?” By following this link , right below the graph, you can hear their very personal, heartfelt responses as part of the Voices of Justice Project.
Missed the opportunity to share your reasons for why the monument should be moved?
Your voice can be heard by joining us Saturday, June 19th for a March and Rally to move the Confederate monument off courthouse property.
The march will begin at 11 a.m. near Easton Marketplace shopping center, 219 Marlboro Ave., Easton, and end with a rally at noon on the courthouse lawn. Speakers will include clergy, elected officials and civil rights advocates.
Coalition members have been working closely with the Sheriff and County Health Department to be sure all safety protocol is followed.
Help make the courthouse fully become our county symbol of democracy and our shared home for the rule of law, fair and equal justice.
Move the Monument Coalition