Politically correct sources associate it with various crimes, making no mention of the criticisms of Reconstruction policies.
One controversial event was the Battle of Liberty Place or the Battle of Canal Street, in 1874 in New Orleans. A less politically correct view is that it involved opposition to a corrupt Reconstruction government that had disenfranchised Whites and not White supremacy. In 1882, the New Orleans City Council passed an ordinance designating a portion of the Canal Street as “Liberty Place” and authorized the erection of a monument “in honor of those who fell in defense of liberty and home rule in that heroic struggle of the 14th of September, 1874.” Only in 1932 did the city add an inscription that expressed a White supremacist view.
- The Battle of Liberty Place: A Matter of Historical Perception https://64parishes.org/the-battle-of-liberty-place