Colston: A year on Bristol unveils graffitied statue toppled in 2020 as part of new exhibit

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Colston: A year on Bristol unveils graffitied statue toppled in 2020 as part of new exhibit” – below is their description.

The new exhibit which features slave trader Edward Colston has seen every space sold as locals look to learn more after protests saw his statue thrown and then recovered from the river.

It will be part of a temporary exhibit before the toppled statue’s long term future becomes clearer with a public consultation set to begin in Bristol with the anniversary of the events.

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