List of monuments to African Americans facts for kids
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|Name of person honored||Image||Location||Designer/
|Victims of lynching||Montgomery, Alabama||Kwame Akoto-Bamfo, Hank Willis Thomas||The National Memorial for Peace and Justice||2018||Six acre site, with 805 hanging steel replicas of coffins.|
|Mary McLeod Bethune||U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.||Legislation passed, artist chosen, under construction||To represent Florida, replacing statue of Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith.|
|Enslaved African Americans||John Brown Farm State Historic Site, North Elba, New York||Joseph Pollia||1935||The adult is John Brown (abolitionist).|
|Octavius Catto||Philadelphia City Hall||Branly Cadet||The Quest for Parity||2017|
||Manhattan, New York City, Frederick Douglass Circle||Gabriel Koren||2009|
|Frederick Douglass||College Park, Maryland, University of Maryland||Andrew Edwards||Frederick Douglass (Edwards)||2015||Douglass was a Marylander.|
|Frederick Douglass||Easton, Maryland, Talbot County Courthouse||2011||Douglass was from Talbot County.|
|Frederick Douglass||Washington, D.C., U.S. Capitol||Steven Weitzman||Frederick Douglass (Weitzman)||2013|
|Enslaved laborers at the University of Virginia||Charlottesville, Virginia||Memorial to Enslaved Laborers||2020|
|African Americans enslaved by the College of William & Mary||College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia||Memorial to the African Americans Enslaved by William & Mary||Design decided; construction to begin in 2021.|
|Denmark Vesey||Charleston, South Carolina,
|2014||Portrayed as a carpenter, holding a Bible|
|Malcolm X||New York City, Manhattan, Audubon Ballroom||Gabriel Koren|
|Benjamin Banneker||Washington, D.C., National Museum of African American History and Culture||2016||Statue stands in front of a plan of the City of Washington, which Banneker did not plan, design or survey (see Mythology of Benjamin Banneker and List of common misconceptions)|
|Colored soldiers and sailors||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||J. Otto Schweizer||All Wars Memorial to Colored Soldiers and Sailors||1934|
|Colored soldiers||Green Hill Cemetery, at the junction of US 60 and US 421,Frankfort, Kentucky||Colored Soldiers Monument in Frankfort||1924|
|Harriet Tubman||Manhattan, New York City||Alison Saar||"Swing Low"
Harriet Tubman Memorial (New York City)
|Harriet Tubman||Boston, Massachusetts, Harriet Tubman Park||Fern Cunningham||Harriet Tubman Memorial (Boston)? Also known as Step On Board.|
|Sojourner Truth||Washington, D.C., United States Capital||Artis Lane||2009|
|Sojourner Truth||Central Park (New York)||Meredith Bergmann||Women's Rights Pioneers Monument||2020||Also Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton|
|Sojourner Truth||Florence, Massachusetts|
|Sojourner Truth||Esopus, New York||Trina Greene||2013||Portrays her as a slave child. She was born in Esopus.|
|33 Georgia legistators||Atlanta, Georgia, grounds of the Georgia State Capitol||John Thomas Riddle, Jr.||Expelled Because of Color||Commemorates the Original 33.|
|Three slaves||Boston, Massachusetts, Harriet Tubman Park||Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller||Emancipation (Fuller)||1913; cast in bronze 1999|
|Ray Charles||Greenville, Florida, downtown, on U.S. 90||He grew up in Greenville.|
|Tallahassee, Florida, campus of Florida State University||Portrays Maxwell Courtney, the first African-American to enroll and graduate; Doby Flowers, the first black Miss Florida State University; and Fred Flowers, first black varsity athlete.|
|Rosa Parks||Washington, D.C.
U.S. Capitol Rotunda
|Harriet Tubman||Ypsilanti, Michigan||Jane DeDecker||Statue of Harriet Tubman (DeDecker)||2005|
|Harriet Tubman||Little Rock, Arkansas, 1200 President Clinton Ave||Jane DeDecker||Statue of Harriet Tubman (DeDecker)|
|Harriet Tubman||Gainesville, Georgia
Campus of Brenau University.
|Jane DeDecker||Statue of Harriet Tubman (DeDecker)||1997|
||Manhattan, New York City, 5th Avenue and 110 St.||Robert Graham||Duke Ellington Circle||1997|
|Harriet Tubman||Mesa, Arizona,
Las Sendas Community
|Jane DeDecker||Statue of Harriet Tubman (DeDecker)|
|Fred Lee Douglas||Tallahassee, Florida, Frenchtown, corner of Macomb and Georgia St.||2004||Douglas was the first black policeman in Tallahassee assigned to a regular beat.|
|Reverend C. K. Steele||Tallahassee, Florida, City Bus Terminal, C.K. Steele Plaza||David Lowe||2005||Tallahassee civil rights leader of the 1950s.|
|African American Civil War Soldiers||Boston, Massachusetts, opposite 24 Beacon Street (at the edge of Boston Common)||Augustus Saint-Gaudens||Robert Gould Shaw Memorial||May 31, 1897|
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