Many communities recently have questioned the value of long-standing monuments. These debates can strike at the heart of history and memory. Seeking dialogue instead of a shouting match, author Raffi Andonian suggests four simple questions for communities to consider as they evaluate historic sites, famous figures, and public monuments.
About Raffi Andonian
Raffi Andonian is Amazon best-selling author of three books and the producer and host of his own streaming TV show. He frequently presents on ABC, CBS, NBC, and Fox local TV stations nationwide. He is the founder and CEO of Raffi’s Regulars, dedicated to creating a community around connecting the past to the present with relevance by applying historical perspective to major current issues. He began his career leading programs at the Gettysburg battlefield, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. birth home, and the birthplace of the atomic bomb in Los Alamos, NM.
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