West Virginia Public Broadcasting Television will air a 16-minute mini-documentary entitled “What’s in a Name: A West Virginia Community Confronts a Confederate Legacy,” produced by WestVirginiaville.com and former award-winning Gazette-Mail reporter Doug Imbrogno.
The video looks at efforts to remove Confederate General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s name from a Charleston middle school and at evidence of systemic, institutional racism in America. It features ministers, college professors, attorneys, middle school students and Stonewall Jackson High School’s first Black majorette.
“What’s in a Name” will be televised on West Virginia Public Broadcasting at 7 p.m. Sunday.
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