New York City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

New York City Orders Sims Statue Removed From Central Park

Central Park Removing Statue Of Doctor Who Experimented On Female Slaves

Marion Sims statue honoring the 19th century doctor who did experimental surgery without anesthesia on enslaved African-American women has been removed from New York's Central Park. "Rather, it is a visual focal point that will bring attention to a factual display that Green-Wood will build to document Sims' story including his shameful experimentation on enslaved women in the South between 1845 and 1849". "Sims is not our hero", shouted the others.

"While some may have thought Dr. J Marion Sims was a pioneer, we know that his work was highly unethical and deeply racist", New York City Public Advocate Letitia James tweeted Tuesday.

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"I am incredibly disappointed", he said.

Mengele was a German Nazi physician who carried out experiments on prisoners at concentration camps during the Holocaust. The bronze statue, previously held upon a granite base in the park, will rest on a low pedestal in the cemetery, The New York Times reported.

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The mayor also chose to leave the plaque to Henri Philippe Petain where it is in the Canyon of Heroes.

In the beginning of 2018, the Commission determined the fate of the most controversial monuments, including the legendary Explorer and discoverer of America Christopher Columbus.

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"Our approach will focus on adding detail and nuance to - instead of removing entirely - the representations of these histories", de Blasio said in January.

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