Local officials across America have renewed calls to remove Confederate monuments in the wake of the attack in Charlottesville.
The incident in Virginia - where a car was driven into crowds of anti-fascists protesting against a far-right demonstration, killing one woman and injuring a large number - has provoked outrage across America.
The mayor of Lexington in Kentucky, Jim Gray, unveiled plans to move two Confederate statues from a public area near a courthouse in the city, which is scheduled to be turned into a visitor's centre.
In Maryland, Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh said she intended to move forward with the removal of two busts, and had moved to appoint a working group to direct the process.
Two cities in Florida - Jacksonville and Gainesville - began to act on plans to remove symbols of the Confederacy.
Some states have already removed statues prior to Charlottesville - a number of statues have been removed from locations in and around New Orleans in Louisiana.