Controversial Teddy Roosevelt Statue Removed From Outside New York City Museum

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Controversial Teddy Roosevelt Statue Removed From Outside New York City Museum

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Controversial Teddy Roosevelt Statue Removed From Outside New York City Museum

The bronze sculpture of Roosevelt on horseback with Native American and African figures depicted subjugation and racial inferiority, the American Museum of Natural History said.

Published 24 mins agoTimothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty ImagesThe removal of New York City's controversial monument to 26th U.S President Theodore Roosevelt began this week, according to the American Museum of Natural History."The process, conducted with historic preservation specialists and approved by multiple New York City agencies, will include restoration of the plaza in front of the Museum, which will continue through the spring," a museum spokesperson said in a statement.

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Clary/AFP via Getty Images The removal of New York City's controversial monument to 26th U.S President Theodore Roosevelt began this week, according to the American Museum of Natural History. | UPDATED: January 18, 2022 at 6:20 a. "The process, conducted with historic preservation specialists and approved by multiple New York City agencies, will include restoration of the plaza in front of the Museum, which will continue through the spring," a museum spokesperson said in a statement. It’s an exhibition, open to museum members and any gullible public willing to shell out admission dollars to see it. Download our local news and weather app for . REDWOOD CITY — Longtime Peninsula residents will remember the hustle and bustle that used to be the Port of Redwood City in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.