We see the toppling of the statues at the legislative grounds today as an act of civil disobedience and we are glad no one was hurt. These actions were clearly a response to the pain and trauma of genocide. This action reflects the ongoing debate over the decolonization and indigenization of our public spaces, such as renaming Bishop Grandin boulevard and renaming the Wolseley neighborhood.
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