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.


76-100 of 15101 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
15026 3 months ago Linda Nicoletto Corte Madera, CA , US
15025 3 months ago Barbara White PITTSBURGH, PA , US
15024 3 months ago Anonymous Portland, OR , US
15023 3 months ago Rael Nidess, M.D. Marshall, TX , US Time to stop glorifying racist traitors!
15022 3 months ago Barbara Macek NYC, NY , US
15021 3 months ago John Wilkinson Palmyra, VA , US
15020 3 months ago Joseph Belisle South Hadley, MA , US As we move ever closer to the ideal that the Constitution of the United States of America represents. In that all men are created equal and are endowed with certain inalienable rights. We have to st...
15019 3 months ago Amy Wheeler-Sutton Lowell, MA , US
15018 3 months ago David Bly Ithaca, NY , US
15017 3 months ago Brock Hautamaki Collbran, CO , US
15016 3 months ago Ordell Vee Madelia, MN , US
15015 3 months ago Margaret C Smith Murphy, NC , US
15014 3 months ago Katherine Boas Lancaster, PA , US
15013 3 months ago Beth Utton Longmont, CO , US
15012 3 months ago Jon Spitz Laytonville, CA , US
15011 3 months ago Charles Wilson Cary, NC , US
15010 3 months ago Terry Gutkin WALNUT CREEK, CA , US Take down these obscene and racist statues. There are no statues honoring Hitler or German war heroes in Germany, we don't need any for the Civil War. This SOB tried to dismantle the USA. He is no h...
15009 3 months ago Julie Ward Philadelphia, PA , US
15008 3 months ago Jo Anne Hall San Rafael, CA , US Although the Confederate soldiers of the Civil War were dedicated & courageous, they were essentially traitors, not to mention white supremacists. We cannot honor their memory as "heroes."
15007 3 months ago Erica Brinker Randolph Morris County, NJ , US
15006 3 months ago Paul Reinhold Seattle, WA , US
15005 3 months ago Steve Jensen Santa Cruz, CA , US
15004 3 months ago john keller renick, WV , US This is what R.E.Lee would want. They belong in a museum.
15003 3 months ago Herman S. Simms, Jr. Detroit, MI , US
15002 3 months ago Debra Evon Minneapolis, MN , US
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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