The sculpture pays tribute to Wells, who shed light on discrimination as a reporter and activist until her death in 1931.
A monument in Washington D.C. depicts Abraham Lincoln standing tall beside a crouching Black man—here’s what Frederick Douglass had to say about it.
Here’s some history to help explain why so many Confederate statues are being taken down (or toppled).
A naked woman riding a giant chicken and holding a fork is far from the weirdest public sculpture you'll see today.
Most of the statue’s parts were melted into bullets for the American Revolution, but a few pieces were buried.