The statue of Dr. J. Marion Sims will be relocated from Central Park in Manhattan to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Some advocates say the decision is a "slap in the face."
It's sitting a few blocks away from the Oscars venue now, but who knows if it'll make it to Sunday's ceremony.
Halifax’s move to take down a statue of its racist founder, Edward Cornwallis, was long overdue.
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In the US, there are still three public memorials to Dr. J. Marion Sims, a doctor known for performing experimental surgeries on black women without anesthesia or consent during the 19th century.
A statue of pro-slavery Supreme Court chief justice was removed in Maryland overnight
City and state officials across the country have vowed to remove testaments to the Confederacy in the wake of Charlottesville.
Richard Stainthorp's wire sculptures look like they might come alive at any second.