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Central Park monument honors women's rights pioneers
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31 August 2020
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A bronze statue depicting women's rights pioneers Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony was unveiled in Central Park last week, becoming the 167-year-old park's first monument honoring historical heroines. 'This is a collection of statues of great men who accomplished great things, and the fact that there were no statues of women seemed to mean that the accomplishments of women were meaningless, certainly not worthy of a statue,' sculptor Meredith Bergmann said. 'So it's long overdue, and it's wonderful that these three great and inspiring and incredibly hardworking activist women are here in Central Park and they can inspire us to continue to fight for equal rights, for fairness and for justice for women, for minority groups, for people of color, for everyone now.'
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