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Should controversial statues be torn down?

  As Black Lives Matter protests continue in the US and around the globe the issue of contro...

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15.32 8 Jun 2020


Should controversial statues be torn down?


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15.32 8 Jun 2020


 

As Black Lives Matter protests continue in the US and around the globe the issue of controversial statues has been raised. In Bristol over the weekend protestors pulled down the statue of Edward Colston, a 17th Century slave trader before dumping it in the River Avon.  Should controversial statues be torn down? Clare chats to Eamon Delaney, Author, commentator and the son of a sculptor, and hears from listeners

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