San Francisco statue removed


A statue outside San Francisco City Hall that critics called racist was removed by a city crew early Friday morning.  The statue shows a Native American at the feet of a Spanish cowboy and a Catholic missionary. It was part of a group of statues depicting the founding of California.  A San Francisco board had voted to have it removed.

Photo:  A concrete pedestal reamains where a statue known as 'Early Days' that depicted a Native American at the feet of a Catholic missionary and Spanish cowboy used to stand on Fulton Street as part of the Pioneer Monument on September 14, 2018 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Board of Appeals voted unanimously on Wednesday to take down a controversial statue that was called racist by critics and potrays Native Americans as inferior.  (Getty Images)

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