The monument erected in 1895 in Bristol was demolished during a protest against racism in the United Kingdom.
A statue of the 17th century slave trader Edward Colston was knocked down by protesters in the English city of Bristol in protest against racism in the United Kingdom.
Protesters from this town in southwest England overthrew this bronze monument, erected in 1895 in the city center, and took it through the streets to the port.
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