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Professors Andres Resendez, Gregory Downs, and Colleagues Discuss the Role of Public Monuments

UC Davis researchers weigh in on the role of public monuments as protestors and public officials throughout the nation tear down statues and memorials.

Andrés Reséndez and Gregory Downs (alongside other UC Davis faculty outside the History Department) discuss the role of public monuments and offer insight on the meaning behind them--including why protestors and officials are tearing them down.

Check out the UC Davis article here.