Tell Virginia to Take Robert E. Lee Out of the U.S. Capitol

100 statues represent 50 states in the U.S. Capitol, two provided by each state. One of Virginia's is Robert E. Lee.

Please sign this petition to the Virginia legislature and governor:

We implore you to immediately remove the statue of Robert E. Lee from the U.S. Capitol, and to permit local governments in Virginia to take down statues as they see fit.


176-200 of 15101 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
14926 3 months ago William, Margaret Holcomb & FAMILY TRYON,, NC , US
14925 3 months ago David Laws Bellingham, WA , US
14924 3 months ago Bobbie Flowers New York, NY , US
14923 3 months ago Fannie LeFlore Milwaukee, WI , US
14922 3 months ago Cindy James Schwenksville, PA , US
14921 3 months ago Beverly Collier Critz, VA , US
14920 3 months ago Teresa McFarland Portland, OR , US Confederate statues are no longer acceptable, since they represent leaders who fought for racism and slavery. Take it down please.
14919 3 months ago Don Johnson Critz, VA , US
14918 3 months ago Glenda Bennett High Springs , FL , US
14917 3 months ago Richard A. And Janice Wentz Santa clata, CA , US
14916 3 months ago Stephanie Gunter Alvinston, ON , CA
14915 3 months ago Mar Cardenas Santee, CA , US The killer of abolitionists is not a hero.
14914 3 months ago Susen Mills GILBERT, AZ , US
14913 3 months ago Darrell Mills Gilbert, AZ , US
14912 3 months ago O'Neill Louchard Visalia, CA , US
14911 3 months ago Jack Milton Davis, CA , US
14910 3 months ago Walter Pelton Stockton, CA , US
14909 3 months ago Claire Perricelli Eureka, CA , US
14908 3 months ago Judi Poulson Fairmont, MN , US
14907 3 months ago Bonnie Weiss Emeryville, CA , US
14906 3 months ago paul welshons phoenix, AZ , US The war is over, time to heal.
14905 3 months ago S. Reid Warren, III Elverson, PA , US Know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.
14904 3 months ago Rose Marie Tresp Belmont, NC , US
14903 3 months ago William Lorch Joliet, IL , US
14902 3 months ago Malcolm Cleaveland Fayetteville, AR , US Why celebrate Robert E. Lee, who took an oath to defend the constitution, then broke that oath? That is not the act of an honorable man who should be celebrated. There are many Virginians more des...
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Background:
> Washington Post: How statues of Robert E. Lee and other Confederates got into the U.S. Capitol
> Washington Post: The U.S. Capitol has at least three times as many statues of Confederate figures as it does of black people