Some ultra nationalists in Serbia want to name a street in Novi Sad after Milosevic; others propose the street should honor Milosevic's victims and be called "Slobodan Milosevic's Victims Street."
Personally I prefer not to have Milosevic's name mentioned at all in the street title; even in a street honoring the victims (although I applaud the sentiment behind it).
I would rather see the street be named after a human rights activist or someone of that nature.
I know in Mississippi they recently named the strip of highway where Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney were killed by mebers of the KKK/police the "Schwerner, Goodman and Chaney Memorial Highway."
There is a similar highway named after KKK murder victim Emmett Till.
Do they have streets named after victims of recent atrocities in Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia? I know they have streets named after historical figures, writers, soldiers, etc.
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