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d years The wake of the Movement Black Lives Matter, disputes, questioning and introspection have swarmed to the , in and particularly in the where a large wave of questioning has been articulated since around the colonial past of the country and its representation. Mid-September, the National Trust, Association for the Conservation of Great British Sites, had indicated that one third of the historical monuments it had had links with colonialism or slavery.
But last June, two old British institutions, the Anglican Church and the Bank of England, marked the spirits by expressing on Thursday a repentance as to the historical role of some of their members in slavery. This repentance is a response to the work of the University College London (UCL) showing that those responsible for these institutions have benefited from trafficking in human beings. "If we recognize the driving role played by the clergy and the active members of the Anglican Church to obtain the abolition of slavery, it is a source of shame that others within the church have Actively participated in slavery and earned a profit, "wrote a spokesman for the church.
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An examination at the national level
less than a year later, the Church of England, an Anglican official institution, goes further., it now tackles a "disputed heritage", encouraging, through directives to appear this week, each of the 12,500 parishes and 42 cathedrals of the country to examine the monuments dedicated to slavery and to take Measures (pure and simple modification or withdrawal) in consultation with local communities.
The objective of the Church of England is above all to deal with the problem without imposing a systematic decision or measurement. Each parish will be appropriate to consider the heritage concerned and to act. According to Guardian, this goes from the withdrawal of a statue, a plate, a monument, to a displacement, a simple modification or the addition of contextual information, or even nothing of this.
These new considerations of certain elements of heritage has sometimes resulted in tensions in British society, Prime Ministerdenouncing "extremists" and calling for Do not "censor the past" after demonstrations leading to the debases of statues or the tag of a monument to with the "racist" inscription. The current mayor of London, has recently set up a commission to improve diversity in the public space, which will make the extent to the heart of the program that has, this week, led to its Re-election
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