It strikes you call yourself a natural born abolitionist...what are you trying to abolish today?
Yup and a logo or name of a current group is not history, it is the present and something that can in fact be changed (whether I agree with the change or not).
How can a museum dedicated to medicine practiced by two armies function without representing both armies fully?
You know, what if those who know and understand history take a breather from going right up a wall whenever this apparently untouchable topic comes up? There's a reason this symbol has become a touchstone to firestorms, most of it not faintly related to anyone who took it into battle 150 years ago as actual soldiers. Like it or not it's been usurped and carried in the name of some agendas any historian should find appalling. Don't get upset with me, I didn't do it, @Yankee Brooke didn't do it. If it's been adopted by agendas bearing no relation to where it was in history, solution would be putting pressure on those folks.