A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA
A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

David Dodwell

Protests in Hong Kong and abroad show the destructive power of deep divisions

  • Police across the globe have come under fire for the use of excessive force in the face of peaceful protests and their own blundering lack of moderation
  • Restoring trust in our communities’ legal and political institutions and promoting tolerance and cooperation are crucial to healing wounds

A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA
A man kicks a statue of Christopher Columbus after it was pulled down by Native American activists at the State Capitol in Saint Paul, Minnesota, on June 10. Photo: DPA
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