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For more than a century, the Vance Monument has marked the center of town. As the city ramps up for a 6,000 restoration of the monument built in his honor — almost all of it privately funded — some local activists and politicians are pushing for a more complete picture.
They want recognition of African-American history near the marker in Pack Square Park."Communities tell the world what they value and what parts of their history matter by what they display with public monuments," said Sasha Mitchell, a community and family historian, who also serves as chairwoman of the city's African-American Heritage Commission."In the past, obviously, communities were deciding what was important, and it was white people in power.