Protesters in Bristol tear down statue, throw it into harbor

Monday, June 8, 2020 - 5:01pm

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Protesters in Bristol, England, pulled down a statue of Edward Colston, who made his fortune on the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 17th century. The statue stood in the city center for well over a century. But now it's at the bottom of the harbor. The World's Orla Barry has our story.