Around 100 people gathered in Carmarthen in west Wales last Saturday to demand the toppling of the town’s Picton monument.
Thomas Picton was a slave owner and the brutal governor of Trinidad from 1797 to 1803. He was infamous as a child torturer.
Stand Up To Racism Wales is calling for the replacement of the monument with a fitting memorial to the victims of Picton and slavery.
Meanwhile protesters gathered in north London to protest after a police officer kneeled on the neck of Marcus Coutain, a black man.
Footage posted on social media showed two officers holding a handcuffed man on the pavement.
The officer has now been suspended.