We have similar questions a lot on this forum, But I want to try and shape it in a different way.
King’s College London is in the news recently, as they will be replacing some of their portraits and busts of its “founding fathers” and to replace them with more ethnic minority people.
Some people fear that teaching is too intimidating.
Is it so ridiculous to replace people 1920s who have been there for many years, and to replace them with some new updated people?
They aren’t throwing anything into the bin, but trying to make the place feel less intimidating.
2 years ago they took down a painting of Lord Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury, for his comments on gay marriage?
Is there anything necessarily wrong with modernising the place?