Statues Are Not History

And our past isn’t static

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“You can’t erase history.”

That’s what you’re bound to hear at least once if you discuss the removal of statues, which has happened lately in high profile instances in the U.S., U.K., and Belgium (to name but three countries).

A statue of Christopher Columbus has been removed in Virginia, one of King Leopold II in Antwerp and in…

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The challenges and triumphs of parenting while disabled. Email: davefox990@hotmail.com

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