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.
Thomas Jefferson was unseated at Jefferson High School in Portland, Oregon.
The Pioneer and Pioneer Mother statues were torn down by protesters at the University of Oregon.
A bust of former Belgian King Leopold II in Auderghem, a municipality of Brussels in Belgium, was splashed with red paint and pulled from its pedestal.
Jefferson Davis was vandalized and toppled in Richmond, Virginia.
Christopher Columbus was toppled in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Christopher Columbus was toppled in Richmond, Virginia.
A statue of colonizer King Leopold II in Antwerp, Belgium was removed from public view after protesters set it on fire.
Edward Colston was toppled in Bristol, England, and escorted to the bottom of the river Avon.
Williams Carter Wickham was toppled in Richmond, Virginia.
Protesters pulled down a statue of Charles Linn, a captain in the Confederate Navy, and forced the city to remove the Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument of which it was a part.
Protestors on the campus of UNC at Chapel Hill pulled down the Confederate monument commonly known as “Silent Sam.”
A Durham, NC Confederate memorial built by the United Daughters of the Confederacy was toppled by demonstrators days after the Unite the Right rally ended when a neo-Nazi committed a fatal act of terrorism in nearby Charlottesville, VA.
Self-described anti-fascists beheaded the statue of Nazi collaborator Seán Russell in Dublin.
Lord Dunkellin was toppled in Galway, Ireland and thrown into the sea.