A Miner Detail Podcast

EPISODE 275: Podcast Panel Takes on Easton’s Talbot Boys Confederate Statue

August 30, 2020

monument honoring Confederate soldiers is staying put for now in front of Talbot County’s Courthouse in Easton, Maryland.

The Talbot County Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, against removing the statue.

The statue, dedicated in 1916, commemorates the 84 soldiers from the county who fought for the Confederacy.

This is A Miner Detail Podcast Episode 275.

On Sunday, August 23, 2020, A Miner Detail Podcast, hosted by A Miner Detail Editor in Chief Ryan Miner, featured five panelists to discuss the fallout from the council’s decision to allow the racist statue to remain on public property.

Panelists include:

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