Report on Chicago's monuments urges removal of Columbus statues, creation of markers that tell city's 'true and complete history'
The city’s department of cultural affairs is also giving $50,000 grants to eight projects to create new temporary or permanent monuments
Outcry over Mexico City’s plan to replace guerrilla ‘anti-monument’ to victims of gender violence with replica of pre-hispanic statue
After an earlier plan for a new sculpture by artist Pedro Reyes was roundly rejected, the municipal government said it had received activists’ blessing to replace the protest monument that stood in its place
Destroying public symbols of the past will not lead to a juster society. We must keep our mistakes visible
Our monuments should be radically relabelled or repurposed to better represent who we are today, says former British Museum director Neil MacGregor
As monuments to Christopher Columbus come down across the US, Italian-Americans campaign to protect a symbol of 'culture heritage'
Some Italian-Americans, including the New York governor Andrew Cuomo, say statues of Columbus symbolise the history of Italians in the US