Revisionist history is alteration of the historical record to downplay individuals or events that are in drastic disagreement with the historical record and/or a (socio-) political view or agenda. Of course, the sins of slavery and racial injustice done in the past should be condemned, but be careful not to overlook the accomplishments of the past and of individuals who lived in earlier centuries. Therefore, modern society needs to be avoid tearing down or removing statues of persons who in the context of today’s morals and sensitivities are deemed to have acted inappropriately. We should be careful not to judge others and this applies to historical persons. This is especially true considering that we do not live in their time periods or face the challenges and (or) hardships they endured. Furthermore, our history needs to be preserved, as part of our national identity and as potential lessons for the future.