Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
The statue of Confederate Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson heads down Park Street in downtown Charlottesville after being removed from its pedestal. The 100-year-old symbol has been moved into storage at an undisclosed location at least until the City Council decides its final fate. Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
The statue of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson is lowered onto a flatbed truck the morning of July 10 after being removed from its perch in Court Square Park. Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Zyahna Bryant, now a University of Virginia student, speaks before the removal of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee statue from downtown Charlottesville. Bryant petitioned the City Council to remove the statue in 2016, when she was a Charlottesville High School student. Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf/Charlottesville Tomorrow
People gathered in downtown Charlottesville on July 10 to watch the removal of the city’s two Confederate monuments. Credit: Credit: Charlotte Rene Woods /Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Charlotte Rene Wood/Charlottesville Tomorrow
Credit: Credit: Charlotte Rene Woods/Charlottesville Tomorrow
The statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee is loaded onto a flatbed truck the morning of July 10, 2021, after being removed from its pedestal. Credit: Credit: Mike Kropf /Charlottesville Tomorrow
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Mike Kropf

Mike Kropf is a photographer with work printed in various publications in central Virginia. Previously, he was the staff photographer for Longwood University and a photographer for the Washington Football Team.

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