These are the statues that have been taken down so far.
5. Robert Milligan, London
Robert Milligan was a noted slaveholder who owned two sugar plantations and had 526 slaves in Jamaica and the Canal and River Trust said that the statue of him was taken down to "recognise the wishes of the community"
6. Jefferson Davis, Kentucky
Jefferson Davis led the Confederacy through the American civil war, saying, "African slavery, as it exists in the United States, is a moral, a social and political blessing."
7. John B Castleman, Kentucky
Castleman was a confederate soldier who was very vocal about segregation between black and white people. His statue was removed in Louisville, the day after the BLM protest took place in Bristol
8. Leopold II, Belgium
A bust of Leopold II in the University of Mons was taken down following a student led petition that said the bust represented the "rape, mutilation and genocide of millions of Congolese".
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