There apparently is a list created by the city of Austin’s Equity Office that singles out streets and parks that bear the names of members or references to the Confederacy.
Estimates are that it would cost nearly $6,000 to rename them all (change street signs and map references), but that’s not the big prize. The same report also asks that city officials consider changing the name of the city itself, since Stephen F. Austin opposed abolition by Mexico when our neighbor to the south still owned Tejas. More
I wonder what they’d rename it?