Toppled Edward Colston Statue Goes On Public Display

BRISTOL, ENGLAND - JUNE 07: The toppled statue of Edward Colston lies on display in M Shed museum on June 7, 2021 in Bristol, England. The controversial bronze statue of 17th Century slave merchant Edward Colston was graffitied and pulled down during a Black Lives Matter protest one year ago. The long-term plan for the statue will be decided by a public consultation led by the We Are Bristol History Commission. (Photo by Polly Thomas/Getty Images)
BRISTOL, ENGLAND - JUNE 07: The toppled statue of Edward Colston lies on display in M Shed museum on June 7, 2021 in Bristol, England. The controversial bronze statue of 17th Century slave merchant Edward Colston was graffitied and pulled down during a Black Lives Matter protest one year ago. The long-term plan for the statue will be decided by a public consultation led by the We Are Bristol History Commission. (Photo by Polly Thomas/Getty Images)
Toppled Edward Colston Statue Goes On Public Display
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