Prominent designers, artists, and thinkers weigh in.
Protests against police brutality in the United States have thrown the spotlight on another aspect of systematic racism in America: More than 1,700 Confederate monuments remain standing today. But activists are fighting back. So far, over 25 monuments have been taken down by protestors since the murder of George Floyd, including statues of 17th-century slave trader Edward Colston and Confederate President Jefferson Davis. As more monuments come down, many are asking what the fallen monuments should be replaced with.
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