Robert E Lee, Stonewall, Temporarily Replaced by Pregnant Black Woman in Baltimore


She’s been referred to as the “lady liberty of black power,” and she’s pregnant.

Artist Pablo Machioli and a few of his friends erected a papier-mache statue of a pregnant black woman holding her fist into the air, to stand in front of the Lee and Jackson statue in 2015 and she was placed there again on Sunday.

According to the Baltimore Sun, the statue is called “Madre Luz,” or “Mother Light” in Spanish.

Was she on her way to Planned Parenthood?

Since 2015, the statue has been placed in front of the Jackson and Lee statue off and on. When Jackson and Lee were taken down, the artist put it up in its place. The intent of the statue is to promote social justice.

Social justice is a Marxist concept by the way.

You can see the statue on the Facebook post below. It was taken down only to avoid violence.