Texas, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, is second only to Virginia in its number of Confederate symbols, and the folks at The Texas Tribune are compiling a list of symbols around the state:
“The list at the bottom of this page outlines known Confederate symbols in Texas. Most of this list, which is incomplete, comes from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Several monuments, schools and roads have been added through reader submissions. Help us further fill this list by sending us the name of Confederate symbols we’re missing.”
The first step in removing these symbols is finding them.
While there’s progress–the University of Texas at Austin just removed Confederate statues around campus–there’s much work to be done.