The UK newspapers on Monday, June 8, highlight the act that is part of the protests against racism. Colston was a partner at the Royal African Company, which used to capture and trade slaves – an estimated 84,000 Africans were victims.
The photo of the moment the statue is thrown into the river even stamped the cover of the Financial Times.
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