Much more likely but still a hypothetical and not easy to answer. What happened to the slaves in Dixie?
Freed sometime late in the 19th. Would you thus support statues and heritage celebrating Old Dixie? You keep harping on the "trying to destroy the Union". If you can't just come back with a solid, "Yes", that implies that your true reason is...something else. What is that?
I contend there are no examples to provide and you have not offered any.
Of course. No one is all good or all bad. The questions are: does the bad outweigh the good and what aspect of their lives are being celebrated? Washington was a slave owner but that is not why they built him a monument. Lee was a traitor and that is why they built him a monument. See the difference?
You contend what? That there are no examples of historical figures or heritage of non-whites that is not "problematic" by today's standards?
And again, all you are doing it putting YOUR spin on other people. That is a complete betrayal of the concepts of Tolerance and Diversity and Multiculturalism.