Fearless Girl is a bronze sculpture by Kristen Visbal …
… meant to “send a message” about workplace gender diversity and encourage companies to recruit women to their boards. …
After a year of staring down Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” in New York City, the “Fearless Girl” is moving.
The defiant statute is moving just a few blocks away — and will now be permanently placed across the street from the New York Stock Exchange …
I liked her original location better. Challenging the bull.
There’s a fearless girl now in Oslo, too.
Update – T notes that State Street Corporation, the firm that commissioned the popular “Fearless Girl” statue, “agreed to pay $5 million, mostly to settle claims that it discriminated against 305 top female employees by paying them less than men in the same positions.”
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People really need to do their research before espousing the virtues of this sculpture, which was commissioned by a firm that actively discriminated against women in the workplace. The hypocrisy is unbelievable.
I’ve added a link to that NY Times article to the original post.