Meet the people who are buying America’s rejected statues

Three days before the Fourth of July, Columbus, Ohio, kicked out its namesake. The town removed a statue of Christopher Columbus from its City Hall because, according to Mayor Andrew Ginther, it represents “patriarchy, oppression and divisiveness” to some. But neighbors in Newton Falls, Ohio, are ready to give it a home. “We are in…

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