After a virtual repatriation ceremony on November 19, the statue is expected to soon begin its journey home.
Mwazulu Diyabanza has spent the summer of 2020 trying to reclaim African art from museums in Europe.
“He belongs in a museum,” read the plaques. “Not on our streets.”
Japan’s Invasion During World War II was Brutal for Southeast Asians. Does This TV Series Ignore Their Suffering?
‘The Singapore Grip’ is facing mounting criticism for leaving the stories of Southeast Asians on the cutting rooms floor.
A third of Brits believe countries were better off for being colonised by the British empire – but many don't know of the horrors inflicted on Britain's former colonies.
"But what about the railways?" just doesn't cut it as an excuse anymore.
A statue of Captain John Fane Charles Hamilton, after whom the city of Hamilton is named, was removed after a local Māori elder threatened to take it down by force.
Photographer Noma Osula's latest work re-enacts portraits found in his Nigerian parents' photo albums. Writer Zoé Samudzi reflects on what the series says about the politics of African self-representation.
White theatre critics are often the gatekeepers of success, and that's a problem when they lack cultural understanding.
As a South Asian kid, I devoured colonial-era literature and dramas. But they featured white protagonists forming quaint relationships with grateful brown characters who look like me.
Portland's 1670 New American Chocolate House was called out for "racist, colonial" branding that included three cargo ships.