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Bristol church swaps Edward Colston stained glass window for Jesus in a migrant boat


Bristol church swaps Edward Colston stained glass window for Jesus in a migrant boat after slave trader’s statue was toppled by BLM

  • Slave trader Edward Colston’s statue was torn down in 2020 during BLM march 
  • In light of this St Mary Redcliffe church in Bristol changed its panel scene 
  • It ran a competition and selected Jesus ‘as a child refugee fleeing to Egypt’
  • Another panel will also show the anti-racism Bristol Bus Boycott in the city 

A church has swapped a stained glass window of slave owner Edward Colston for Jesus in a migrant boat. 

St Mary Redcliffe church in Bristol made the decision following the bronze memorial to the 17th century merchant being pulled down in Bristol on June 7, 2020 and later dumped in the harbour by BLM at the…



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