Emancipation Memorial

The Emancipation Memorial in 2014
A postcard captioned "Lincoln Statue" depicts the Emancipation Memorial circa 1900.
Detail from the masthead of The Liberator
This early small demonstration version by Ball was purchased by Edward Francis Searles. It is now located in the atrium of the Methuen, Massachusetts Town Hall.

Monument in Lincoln Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. It was sometimes referred to as the "Lincoln Memorial" before the more prominent so-named memorial was dedicated in 1922.

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The Emancipation Memorial designed by sculptor Thomas Ball that stood in Boston's Park Square for 141 years.

Emancipation Memorial (Boston)

Monument in Park Square in Boston.

Monument in Park Square in Boston.

The Emancipation Memorial designed by sculptor Thomas Ball that stood in Boston's Park Square for 141 years.

Designed and sculpted by Thomas Ball and erected in 1879, its sister statue is located in Lincoln Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington D.C. The Boston statue was taken down by the City of Boston on December 29, 2020, following a unanimous vote from the Boston Art Commission on June 30 to remove the memorial.

Memorial at the site of Floyd's murder

List of monuments and memorials removed during the George Floyd protests

During the civil unrest that followed the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, a number of monuments and memorials associated with racial injustice were vandalized, destroyed or removed, or commitments to remove them were announced.

During the civil unrest that followed the murder of George Floyd in May 2020, a number of monuments and memorials associated with racial injustice were vandalized, destroyed or removed, or commitments to remove them were announced.

Memorial at the site of Floyd's murder

It does not include the many works that have been the subject of petitions, protests, defacement, or attempted removals, such as the Emancipation Memorial in Washington, D.C. and many statues of Leopold II in Belgium.