Representative John Mark Windle said, “At this point in history, is there a better example, not just in America but in the world, of a leader that is [a] kind, decent, passionate human being?”
The mayor, Terence Roberts, said he’s already “enthusiastically working” on it.
What better to replace a Confederate monument than with a statue of the King of Wakanda.
The 8.5-inch statues will be limited to 3,000 for each member of Metallica.
The memorial was commissioned by Cornell’s family following his death in 2017.
The petition reads, “Rather than glorify a man who wanted to extinguish Black and Native peoples, we should honor members of our community whose leadership we find inspirational.”
“He’d be in some really shitty company — It’s just a parade of douchebags.”
She concluded her written plea by saying, “You can’t change history, but you can change this.”
Watch video of GWAR drummer JiZMak Da Gusha visiting the defaced statue of Robert E. Lee.
The late Oderus Urungus, aka Dave Brockie, called Richmond his home.
The highly detailed sculptures are crafted by KnuckleBonz, and limited to 3000 apiece.
Museum attraction won’t budge in the wake of Leaving Neverland.