The first official outdoor exhibition on Washington D.C.'s National Mall showcases six artists whose monuments honor American stories missing from the heart of the country's capital.
Unlike Germany, which after World War II underwent a rigorous de-Nazification effort, pride, rather than shame, is the emotion many Italians feel for the symbols of the country's fascist past.
The People's Friendship Arch was gifted to Ukraine by the Soviet government in the 1980s. Kyiv's mayor says the statue underneath is being dismantled, and the arch will be renamed and repainted.
The damaged sites include churches, historic buildings, museums and monuments. A UNESCO spokesperson said they fear more sites will be added to the list, as the group works to verify the destruction.
Wake Forest University is renaming one of its campus buildings as part of a review of its history as the university seeks a more inclusive view of its past.
The new project will fund efforts to create new monuments, as well as contextualize or relocate existing ones, to tell a "more inclusive story of our history."
Nigerian American artist Ekene Ijeoma is an MIT professor who draws on sound and data to explore representations of social justice. He's working on a "voice portrait" of the census called A Counting.
Police arrested Steven Ray Baca for the Monday shooting. It happened during an attempt by protesters to topple a conquistador statue that also drew armed vigilantes to protect it.
In the midst of nationwide protests, activists have been covering a statute to Gen. Robert E. Lee with graffiti and posing for photos.
The monument had previously been defaced amid anti-racism demonstrations. The U.K. is embroiled in a debate over monuments to noted British imperialists and slave traders.