People rally in front of the high school to protest the name of the two educational institutions that comprise Lusher Charter School after marching from the elementary school campus on Willow Street to the high school campus of Freret Street on July 4, 2020, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Protesters, including many current and former students, were demanding the Orleans Parish School Board change the name of the charter schools which honors staunch segregationist Robert Mills Lusher who advocated using public education to advance white supremacy while serving as the Louisiana Superintendent of Education after the Civil War during which he worked as a tax collector for the Confederacy. (Photo by Michael DeMocker/Getty Images)