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.
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.
A 1990s statue of 16th century Spanish colonizer Juan de Oñate was removed by Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, prior to a planned protest by activists who had long decried the statue’s presence.
Thomas Jefferson was unseated at Jefferson High School in Portland, Oregon.
Workers removed a statue of Jefferson Davis from the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort.
A statue of Caesar Rodney was removed in Wilmington, Delaware.
Jefferson Davis was vandalized and toppled in Richmond, Virginia.
Robert Milligan was removed from his plinth in London, England.
Bde Maka Ska (“White Earth Lake”) in Minneapolis, Minnesota was restored to its original Dakota name after a multi-year legal battle. It had been named for John C. Calhoun, a slaveowner, racist, and vocal advocate of slavery.
Edward Colston was toppled in Bristol, England, and escorted to the bottom of the river Avon.
A statue Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed from Duke University’s Chapel after being damaged in the week following Unite the Right.
A monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed by city action in early 2017.