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Camille Bennett, founder of Project Say Something, said a speech made at the time the Confederate monument in Florence was dedicated in 1903 was "the most overtly ... racist speech in the state." [DAN BUSEY/TIMESDAILY]

FLORENCE — Project Say Something and the National Lawyers Guild have filed a motion requesting the court to allow them to file a brief in a lawsuit concerning the Confederate monument at the Lauderdale County Courthouse.

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