Why some say Paris shouldn’t take down this racist sign

When you walk onto a cobblestone square in Place de la Contrescarpe in the Latin quarter of Paris, you’ll see a central fountain surrounded by well-groomed trees and old-fashioned cafés. But you’ll also see an antique sign on the side of a building that’s reignited a controversy. It’s a 19th century painting above a grocery store,…



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