New Zealand city on Friday took down a statue of a British navy commander accused of killing indigenous Maori people in the 19th century, as global debate swirls over monuments that represent racial oppression.
Police have boarded up prominent statues around London ahead of a new wave of demonstrations and rallies this weekend.
The bronze statue that has stood at the museum's Central Park West entrance since 1940 depicts Roosevelt on horseback with a Native American man and an African man standing next to the horse.
Trump Buddha “knows Buddhism better than anyone” and has the ability to “make your company great again,” the description promises. The ceramic figure is depicted looking more peaceful than Americans might be used to, sat cross-legged with its eyes closed.