I use to do just that when I was able to work it into my job schedule. However my full time sale job does not permit that any more.
However, last month our Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp did something very unusual, I would think. I did the research of a project in which we were able to dedicate a plantation cemetery and erect confederate monuments to several members of this family within that Cemetery. Along with those monuments we erected a Memorial marker to several score of unknown Texas Veterans from MG John G. Walker's Texas division, who died while it was camped on the site in the winter of 1862/63.
Now what makes all of this so unusual in todays enviroment, is that this all took place on the Campus of a historically majority BLACK University, which now occupies the old plantation site. The Cemetery is located right beside the University Football stadium. The ceremony, complete with Honor Guards, Rifle salutes and flags flying, was even video tape by the University Television and Communications channel. So it is not all who are so radical as the Auburn City Councilman. We recieved excellant cooperation from the University Chancellor, who is Black, in this project.