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Adams House Fireplace Panel Removed

By Simon J. Levien
By the evening of April 10, a loose panel on the Adams House fireplace encasing that covered racist sculptures was removed, and signs reading "What's under there?" were pasted over the panels.
By the evening of April 10, a loose panel on the Adams House fireplace encasing that covered racist sculptures was removed, and signs reading "What's under there?" were pasted over the panels.

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