SOURCE: New Yorker
The world’s largest monument is decades in the making and more than a little controversial.
Jacob Morris, the Director of The Harlem Historical Society, demands the addition of a plaque to the sculpture that would give a historical context.
The White House is considering the creation of a national monument to the gay rights movement on a small piece of Greenwich Village parkland across the street from the Stonewall Inn, where a 1969 uprising helped inspire the push for equality.
SOURCE: The Hill
The White House told the Times that the designation, to be made Thursday, is meant to recognize “the fragility of civil rights during times of conflict.”
SOURCE: Live Science
Archaeologists previously thought the structure was part of a city wall.
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