New Yorkers Weigh In on Removal of Statues That Offend Some People

June 30, 2020 09:43 AM
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Amid anti-racism protests that have been going on in the United States, several controversial statues have been taken down by localities or forcibly removed by protestors. One of the next ones to go will be NYC’s statue of Theodore Roosevelt that has been in front of the American Museum of Natural History since 1939. Nina Vishneva has the story, narrated by Anna Rice.

Camera: Alexander Barash, Vladimir Badikov