Black Teen Ballet Dancers Usher in New Era With Robert E. Lee Statue Photo Shoot

July 17, 2020

How does an image become the focal point of a national movement? Two Virginia teens, Ava Holloway and Kennedy George, know first-hand what that's like as their powerful photo in front of a prominent monument went viral. “I wanted to just take photos so that we would have a record of what would soon be gone from Richmond,” Ava, 14, told Inside Edition Digital's The Issue, calling the statue a “glimpse of the past.” Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps shares their inspiring story. 

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