Toppled slave trader statue to go on display in Bristol museum
A statue of slave trader Edward Colston that was toppled during a Black Lives Matter protest will go on public display on Friday.The bronze memorial to the 17th century merchant had stood in the city since 1895, but was pulled from its plinth during the demonstration on June 7 last year.
Warning: This story contains graphic content. Police-reform advocates cheered a promise by the city of Austin, Texas last year to quickly make public police body camera footage of serious incidents. But a Reuters review found Austin police rarely met the deadline. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
Author, journalist and Bafta TV Awards judge Caitlin Moran unpicks the events of last night’s ceremony, in particular the successes of Michaela Coel’s sexual consent drama I May Destroy You and Diversity’s Black Lives Matter routine, which caused much controversy when it was first aired.
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