Boston’s city hall leader says he’s thinking about bringing down a sculpture of President Abraham Lincoln remaining before a liberated dark man after an appeal was propelled for its expulsion.
Civic chairman Marty Walsh’s office said he “will take part in a discourse with the network about its future in Boston” and investigating the procedure required to roll out the improvement, news station WCVB announced.
The sculpture, arranged in the city’s Park Square, is a copy of the Emancipation Memorial in Washington and shows Lincoln with one hand raised over a stooping man with broken shackles on his wrists.
The landmark was proposed to show Lincoln liberating the man from servitude, yet another request contends that it “rather speaks to us still underneath another person.”
“It says that it’s a sculpture that is su…… (Read more)