Originally published 01/30/2017
“It is important that Challenger and Columbia are remembered, and that Apollo 1 is remembered,” said the Kennedy Space Center director, Robert D. Cabana.
Originally published 07/13/2015
National consensus, not family members, should determine the fate of a memorial to a national hero.
Originally published 07/07/2015
America has only one federally funded slave memorial—and it’s been falling apart.
Originally published 02/27/2015
A proposal to build an immense memorial in Ottawa to the global victims of Communism has prompted protests from architects, the mayor and the country’s chief justice.
Originally published 10/23/2014
Last month, Congress unanimously authorized a site for the memorial.
Originally published 09/03/2014
The victims of the direct medical killings by the Nazis were given their own memorial in the heart of Berlin.
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