Statue of Chadwick Boseman to move forward


A statue of Chadwick Boseman will be erected’ in his hometown.

Statue of Chadwick Boseman to move forward


The 'Black Panther' actor died last week after a secret battle with colon cancer, and a petition was filed by fans to build a memorial in Anderson, South Carolina, where he grew up.

And now the office of Mayor Terrence Roberts has confirmed that the city is working on a road to Chadwick's honor and has already spoken to an artist to work on a work to honor the actor. ۔ It is thought’ to be a combination of sculpture and possibly wall art.

It comes after a request was made’ to build a statue of Chadwick in his hometown of Anderson, with the hope that it would replace the Confederate statue, which is currently located in the center of the city. Is.

The petition states: "Throughout his career, he has revived historical figures such as James Brown, Jackie Robinson, and Thurgood Marshall. Also known as the Black Panther, the film has inspired many black Americans along with its entire physical work, and especially the troubled times our nation is going through. In addition to his illustrious film career, Mr. Boson set out on a mission to give back to the community ... Earlier this year, local residents tried to remove the Confederate monument in the town square of Anderson. Unfortunately, the current law in Carolina has not benefited from this effort. The state of South Carolina is dedicated’ to the war effort. No effort has been made’ to remove the statue from it. People will agree that Mr. Bosman is not worthy of such a monument in his hometown, but I want to go one-step further. I'm sure Mr. Bosman deserves the place that currently occupies Town Square ... No city can be seen or passed by this monument. "

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