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Statue of Frank Rizzo, Former Philadelphia Mayor, Is Removed After Protests

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Demonstrators had tried to topple the statue of the former mayor and police commissioner, who once urged voters to “vote white.”
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News video: Days of protests result in removal of Frank Rizzo statue in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Mayor Kenney signed an order to remove the statue of Frank Rizzo from outside the Municipal Services Building. Critics of Rizzo accused him of discrimination while his supporters say he was tough on crime.

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