The Confederate-era statue issue is just beginning

Other cities with the potential to be the next Charlottesville:

Baltimore, MD: Monday morning, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said she had “reached out to two contractors about removing Confederate-era monuments in Baltimore,” according to the Baltimore Sun.
Lexington, KY: Saturday afternoon, Lexington, Kentucky, Mayor Jim Gray tweeted that he is “taking action to relocate” the city’s two Confederate statues. The Washington Post reports that that they will be placed in “a nearby park honoring veterans,” if approved.
Gainesville, FL: The Orlando Sentinel reported that the statue known as “Old Joe” currently standing outside the Alachua County Administrative Building, is being returned to the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Hillsborough, FL: In July, the Hillsborough County commissioners voted to remove a Confederate statue in downtown Tampa. Per the Orlando Sentinel, the commission will re-visit the issue on Wednesday.
Richmond, VA: Protestors marched in downtown Richmond Sunday night, and demanded the removal of a statue of Confederate general J.E.B. Stuart, according to WTVR CBS 6 Richmond. Additionally, The Hill reports that Americans for Richmond Monument Preservation have requested to have an event at a Robert E. Lee monument on September 16.
Boston, MA: There is a planned “Free Speech Rally” for this Saturday in Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh said they “will not tolerate incitements to violence.”