In wake of the fight against racism after the death of George Floyd, protestors took their anger and frustration out on historical statues consider to preach and celebrate slave trade activities.
A statue of Belgian King Leopold II was defaced following an anti-racism protest in Brussels as it was pushed into a river.
Belgian King Leopold II was a slave trader in the late 17th century who played a major role in the development of the city of Bristol. More of such actions have taken place in different locations.
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