We don't usually break for non-American civil war news, but as there is so much trouble with the forms of American memorial, it might be encouraging to take note of other people with the same problem.
In Mostar, in the former Yugoslavia, Croats and Muslims tried to settle on a unifying symbol, a monument to peace. A 4,000 pound sterling (cost) bronze statue will be erected to Bruce Lee. "Lee was chosen over rival nominees, including the Pope and Mahatma Gandhi."
Does this set a useful precedent in Virginia for all things named "Lee"?