The former president shared a post on Truth Social calling for a new civil war in response to U.S. inflation.
South Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi honor the day every year, and challenges against the holidays have so far been unsuccessful.
"There are more of us than you think, people who think like us. White nationalists, pro-Confederate, pro-white," said one rallygoer.
Americans had submitted over 34,000 submissions for new base names. The commission released a narrowed-down list of 87 names on Thursday.
There hasn't been enough connection between what goes on at an academic and intellectual level, and the general public.
Instead, state workers would have a floating holiday that they could use on a day of their choice.
A reintroduced bill aims to eliminate Robert E. Lee Day and Jefferson Davis Day from the state's holiday calendar.
Conservators opened a second time capsule that was found in the pedestal of the Robert E. Lee statue formerly towering over Richmond.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced the second box on Monday but didn't say when it would be opened to determine if it is the rumored 1887 capsule.
Charleston's City Council will decide whether or not to loan a John Calhoun statue to a Los Angeles nonprofit's planned exhibit on the Confederacy.
Some in the area say that the ghost-like decoration resembles a robed member of the Ku Klux Klan hate group.
"I wonder what @GOPLeader [Kevin McCarthy] thinks of this statement?" the Illinois Republican asked.
The ban was issued for "special security reasons," the Federal Aviation Administration said.
Interim university president Harris Pastides said he plans to encourage school leaders to focus on naming new buildings for deserving people.
The city will remove two Confederate statues nearly four years after a white supremacist rally against their initial proposed removal left three dead.
A sheriff's office in North Carolina agreed bad language is not a crime
When the man claimed "it's an American flag," the child repeatedly argued it is a racist flag, saying "I'm not stupid."
"Each of these individuals possesses unique and relevant experience, in and out of government, that I know will inform this important effort," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said in a Friday statement.
A Republican Texas lawmaker wants to rename multiple state prisons that bear monikers honoring slave owners and those who practiced "convict leasing," which saw prisons export the forced labor of prisoners to private industries for profit.
Parents say not enough was done after the student attended all his classes at Oakville High School in St. Louis County.
Jake Tapper said the "sedition caucus" of Republicans should remember Ulysses Grant's words ahead of the Civil War, that the parties are now only divided among "traitors and patriots."
"They're ripping down our history," President Donald Trump said of U.S. protesters. "That's where these guys begin. They take away your history."
"Much of the racial tension, strife and protest we're seeing across the country emanates from right here in Charlottesville," community organizer Don Gathers said. "But now we're moving the needle in a positive way."
Authorities have asked Alabama Representative Will Dismukes to turn himself in on charges of felony theft, weeks after Dismukes incited national controversy by attending an event memorializing Nathan Bedford Forrest.
Richmond, Virginia will "offer the monument or memorial for relocation and placement to any museum, historical society, government, or military battlefield" for a period of 30 days.
Neighbor in Salt Lake County said the Adult Probation and Parole officer was "for sure making a statement" by flying the flag.
Memorial services for the late congressman in Alabama will continue later this evening and on Sunday.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the defense spending bill by a veto-proof majority on Tuesday.
"These decisions were made for a reason," Don Bolduc said in July. "Statues were put up for a reason."