Interesting that Kelley confuses Rodin’s sculpture with a statue of people who enslaved others. For the most part, the statues in question are of people who fought against this nation in order to preserve slavery. Some of the statues in question are of people who fought to create this nation as a slave-holding nation. Kelley misses a couple of obvious points: 1) sculptures are art while statues are hagiography. 2) statues do not teach history but tell us what we should believe despite history.