Briternes koloniminder står for fald

Det er trængte tider for britiske koloniherrer. Eller i hvert fald minderne om dem. Først faldt statuen af Edward Colston, en fremtrædende slavehandler fra 1600- og 1700-tallet søndag. Vrede demonstra…
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