From the Richmond Times-Dispatch:
Washington and Lee University announced Friday that it won’t remove the name of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from the school, but it will change names on campus buildings and symbols while committing $225 million to diversity and inclusion initiatives and a new academic effort to study race relations.
The board of trustees voted 22-6 to keep the school’s name after an 11-month review of issues related to the history and environment of the small liberal arts school in Lexington, Virginia.
The faculty of Washington and Lee voted last July to change the name of the school.
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