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Bases: Rust-proof bases will not stain your stone or deck. From simple or ornamental plastic, resin, steel to wrought iron, a weighted umbrella base is important so You should definitely get the best measurement for the size of one’s umbrella.
Wicker and rattan: Synthetic variations look like purely natural wicker but tend to be more long lasting and immune to sun and rain
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J Marion Sims: controversial statue taken down but debate still rages
A statue of J Marion Sims before it is driven ... But Ortiz and the East Harlem Preservation are not satisfied with the decision to move the statue to Brooklyn. “New York City should not be keeping white supremacy on any pedestal and certainly not ...
J. Marion Sims Statue Should Stay Out Of Sight, Petition Says
BROOKLYN, NY — J. Marion Sims no longer holds court at Central Park ... black women — to Green-Wood from its pedastal at Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street in East Harlem. A commission Mayor Bill de Blasio empaneled to evaluate the city's controversial ...
Brooklyn residents reject relocation of J. Marion Sims statue: 'There is no space for honoring white supremacy'
East Harlem neighborhood groups have campaigned ... “When The Green-Wood Cemetery agreed to accept the statue of J. Marion Sims under a long-term loan agreement with the City of New York, we did so with the intent to make sure that his whole story ...
New York City moved statue of gynecologist who performed heinous experiments on enslaved Black women
The City of New York removed a statue of J. Marion Sims, the “father of modern gynecology,” from its Central Park location in East Harlem. Sims, though credited with numerous advancements in gynecology, did so at the expense of enslaved Black women.
New York City Just Removed a Statue of Surgeon J. Marion Sims From Central Park. Here's Why
A statue of J. Marion Sims, who was a prominent gynecologist, is loaded onto a New York City Department of Parks & Recreation truck after being taken down from its pedestal bordering Central Park on East 103rd Street on April 17, 2018. 2018 Getty Images By ...