Scott Hancock, associate professor of History and Africana Studies, took part in a discussion revolving around the recent debates of whether Confederate monuments should be removed from US soil. This October discussion was hosted on NPR. Here is the opening excerpt:
Gettysburg, Pa., where Union forces turned the tide of the Civil War in a horrific battle, has the largest number of Confederate monuments in the country. The national park there has been the scene of reconciliation between north and south, but current events suggest that reconciliation is still an ongoing process.
Source with full transcription and recording of discussion: A Look At The Confederate Monuments Debate From Gettysburg Memorial