A proposed amendment could make it illegal to put up signs offering historical context on the site of Confederate statues and other monuments.
Movers and Shakers’ new app allows you to insert monumental figures of under-recognized icons like Shirley Chisholm and Toussaint Louverture into public spaces.
The order also decrees new monuments for figures such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Alex Trebek, and Aretha Franklin.
A tweet from last summer in which Trump authorizes “up to 10 years in prison” for anyone who vandalizes or destroys federal property has resurfaced as a bitter reminder of his bias against progressive activists.
Both US Presidents have been highly criticized for their expansionist agendas and their racist and genocidal policies targeting Indigenous people.
The governor will appoint a commission to select an artist and choose a location for the statue of the Brooklyn-born Supreme Court justice.
We do not need to physically preserve these objects to preserve history. The Toppled Monuments Archive seeks to reroute the impulse to preserve these objects altogether.
When Confederate memorials began to be toppled in June, far-right organizations called for the destruction of the Satanic Temple’s bronze statue of Baphomet. Here’s why that doesn’t make sense.
Over 40,000 people have signed a Change.org petition calling to replace a Confederate monument in Anderson, South Carolina with a statue of the late Black Panther star.
Sir Hans Sloane’s bust will be moved from prominent display to a secure cabinet alongside artifacts explaining his work in the context of the British empire.
A statue of three pioneers of women’s rights joined the park’s collection, which previously featured only fictional women.
In Building a Better Monument, nine artists remind us of the work that anti-racist monuments and movements must do: memorialize the fallen, while stoking the righteous anger needed for transformation.