Friday, January 12, 2018

Notre Dame students call for Removal of Paintings of Christopher Columbus from University's main Building

Some students, employees and members of the Notre Dame community are calling for the removal of a series of paintings of Christopher Columbus that have adorned the walls of the university’s main building since 1884, calling the murals Notre Dame’s “own version of a Confederate monument.”

Maybe Notre Dame should replace them with uplifting murals of Aztec priests ripping the hearts out of assembly lines of sacrificial victims with obsidian knives, since the culture that displaced Stone Age savagery is held in such contempt by campus radicals.
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