Restricted Frederick Douglass Toppled Again


1st Lieutenant
Apr 4, 2017

Another Frederick Douglass statue vandalized in Rochester. What we know now​

Victoria E. Freile
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

"A statue of famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass was toppled from its base in Aqueduct Park, the Rochester Police Department confirmed. The vandalism marked the third time since 2018 that a statue of Douglass was vandalized within city limits.
This statue was located in Aqueduct Park by the Genesee River, near East Main Street. Police confirmed that the statue was located nearby and was collected by the city's Special Services workers...."
Sep 17, 2011
The answer has already been provided hasn't it? It needs removed for "public safety" as others targeted by vandals have been.......or was removal for "public safety" not the right course to vandalism?


Brev. Brig. Gen'l
Member of the Year
Feb 20, 2005
Ocala, FL (as of December, 2015).
black, white, north, south
modern culture has no limit to its destructive goal of removing American History. Anything before the summer of 2020 is old, stupid, racist and out dated - and must go
Black, white, north or south, it is stupidity and ignorance that has no limit to its destructive goals of removing anything it cannot grasp or understand, to include American history.

In that vein, anything stupid, racist or an outdated concept of such - should go.


1st Lieutenant
Apr 4, 2017


'Some Questionable Forces': Frederick Douglass Statue Toppled from Base In Rochester, New York; Police Investigating

September 20, 2021
"Rochester, New York, police are investigating after a statue of Frederick Douglass in Aqueduct Park was toppled. Police confirmed on Wednesday that the statue was toppled off its concrete base. The statue was hauled away by city workers after it was reported by a passerby on Wednesday, and it will be replaced.

Authorities say they do not know how or why the statue was toppled, but a report has been filed an police are looking into what happened. On Thursday, a construction worker working in front of the park told WHEC that he thinks the statue fell because its concrete base was crumbling.

Carvin Eison, project director of Re-Energizing the Legacy of Frederick Douglass, said, "I accept that." But he added, "It could've been that. But I don't think that there were gale force winds around 2 o'clock, 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. And I don't think the concrete is rotting. It's not rotting on any of the others."

He continued, "I saw some things when I was here for three hours yesterday. Some very questionable forces. I'm not saying it was them."

In 2018, Eison helped organize the installation of 13 Douglass statues around Rochester to commemorate the 200th birthday of the abolitionist...."