A new emancipation monument was unveiled in Richmond, Virginia, on Wednesday that features two 12-foot bronze statues — one of a woman holding an infant and one of a man freed from chattel slavery.
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Public history and monuments are all about who's telling the narrative,” Sen. Jennifer McClellan said regarding the new ...
RICHMOND, Va ... removed one of the largest monuments dedicated to the Confederacy. The Emancipation and Freedom Monument on Brown Island honors the contributions of African-Americans in ...
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Two weeks after Richmond, Virginia ... monument on Wednesday commemorating the end of slavery. The Emancipation and Freedom Monument, designed by Oregon sculptor Thomas Jay Warren, comprises ...
Named the Emancipation and Freedom Monument, the Monument features two ... It is located on Brown’s Island, a popular park near downtown Richmond situated between a canal and the James River ...
Named the Emancipation and Freedom Monument, the Monument features two ... It is located on Brown's Island, a popular park near downtown Richmond situated between a canal and the James River ...
Amidst a storm with heavy rains, a stirring and evocative statute called the The Emancipation and Freedom Monument was recently unveiled in Richmond, Virginia. The artistic work commemorates the ...
Two weeks later, Richmond unveiled the Emancipation and Freedom Monument on Brown’s Island, about two miles southeast from where the Lee monument had formerly stood. It’s composed of two 12 ...
Lee once prominently stood. Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney touched a bronze sculpture following the dedication of the Emancipation and Freedom Monument on Wednesday. The figure is a newly freed man ...