In the wake of recent social unrest, numerous reports of vandalism and destruction of monuments and memorials—including veterans’ monuments and war memorials—have regularly appeared in the news. This has sparked a robust public debate around the question of which monuments should remain and which should be removed.
As civic art becomes a flash point in our national conversation, how should the philanthropic sector respond? What are the social, cultural, and legal implications of building, maintaining, and removing monuments and memorials? What criteria should donors use to determine which monuments and memorials to fund?
Join us on July 30th as we answer these questions and prepare participants to make informed decisions in this area of giving.