Iconic America: Our Symbols and Stories with David Rubenstein “Stone Mountain”

Tuesday, July 25 at 9 p.m.

David Rubenstein examines the history of America through some of its most iconic symbols, places and archetype, on location and in conversation with historical thinkers, community members and other experts. Together, they dive deep into each symbol’s history and how its meaning has changed over time, using them as a gateway to understanding America’s past and present.  

As Confederate statues are torn down across the country and the nation wrestles with its past, there are heated arguments about the fate of the Monument at Stone Mountain, Georgia, the Confederate Mount Rushmore.

Please note: This episode may explore complex themes and discussions that may not be suitable for all viewing audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.

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