What are statues for? Why do we name buildings after certain people? And what do they say about what – and who – we value? As Black Lives Matter protesters topple racially problematic statues around the world, Mormon scholar Joanna Brooks asks members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to take a closer, more critical, look at the building names and statues on the campus of Brigham Young University and around Utah.
Based on our radio conversation with Joanna Brooks about her book ‘Mormonism and White Supremacy’
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