The decision comes after two years of debate, according to a public letter signed by church leaders including the Bishop of Washington Mariann Budde and Randolph Hollerith, the dean of the cathedral. . . .
"For many of God's children they are an obstacle to worship in a sacred space; for some, these and other Confederate memorials serve as lampposts along a path that leads back to racial subjugation and oppression," said the letter.
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