The statue of Christopher Columbus in Tower Grove Park, St. Louis, Missouri was removed on 16 June 2020 by the action of the Park’s Board of Commissioners.1
A bust of the Union general, US President, and slaveowner was toppled and dragged by protesters in San Francisco on Juneteenth of 2020.
The Slaveowner and author of the “Star Spangled Banner” was torn from his perch by direct action on Juneteenth 2020.
The Catholic missionary and saint, Junípero Serra y Ferrer, was toppled by direct action during Juneteeth protests in 2020.
A 30-foot obelisk Confederate monument, which had stood for 112 years, was taken down in the downtown Decatur square in response to a judge’s order.
A statue of a Confederate soldier was removed from an intersection in Farmville, VA, following action by the local government.
Three days after the statue was splashed with discoloring chemicals1, the “Memorial to Company A, Capitol Guards” was placed on May 15, 1911 by “Friends And Relatives Of The Capital Guards And By The Citizens Of Little Rock Under The Auspices Of The Robert C. Newton Camp, United Sons of Confederate Veterans”2.
A statue of white supremacist, Josephus Daniels, was removed by family in Raleigh, North Carolina.
A statue of John Sutter was removed from the campus of Sutter General Hospital / Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento, CA, days after it was marked with red paint by protesters.