Supporters of a historical landmark sued New Hampshire after the state had the sign taken down, according to the AP.
The sign was originally erected in Concord, New Hampshire and was dedicated to Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, who was also a founder of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and was a chair for the Communist Party, according to the AP. Mary Lee Sargent, an American history teacher and activist Arnold Alpert sued the state, after it took down the historical marker, which was put up two weeks earlier on May 1 in Concord.
Here’s the new historic marker for Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, “The Rebel Girl,” that was installed in Concord, sparking pointed criticism from 2 executive councilors. Governor signaled plans to look into how these signs are approved. #nhgov #nhpolitics pic.twitter.com/dVgz8vOPFr
— Steven Porter (@reporterporter) May 3, 2023
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