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Statue of Edward Colston

Statue in Bristol, England, toppled 2020

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Statue of Edward Colston: Statue in Bristol, England, toppled 2020
The statue of Edward Colston is a bronze statue of Bristol-born merchant Edward Colston (1636–1721), originally erected in The Centre in Bristol, England. Created in 1895 by sculptor John Cassidy on a Portland stone plinth, it was designated a Grade II listed structure in 1977.

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Sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester removed from Colston plinth [Video]

Sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester removed from Colston plinth

The sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester which replaced the statue of slave trader Edward Colston has been removed.Pictures from the scene appeared to show workers at the site at around 5.20am..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:41Published
Statue of BLM protester appears on Colston plinth [Video]

Statue of BLM protester appears on Colston plinth

The statue of a Black Lives Matter campaigner appears in Bristol on Edward Colston plinth. Artist Marc Quinn says he was inspired after seeing protester Jen Reid standing on the plinth during the 7..

Credit: ODN     Duration: 00:43Published

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