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‘Fearless Girl’ statue on Wall Street will stay through early next year

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Related: Should ‘Fearless Girl’ stare down the Wall Street bull forever?
The “Fearless Girl” will stare down the Wall Street bull for another year.
Related: Wall Street crowds bullish on ‘Fearless Girl’ statueThose who have been calling for the statue to remain permanent see her as a symbol of female empowerment.
In an email to CNNMoney, she said she still plans on fighting to make “Fearless Girl” permanent.
“‘Fearless Girl’ has shed a light on the issue of the need for gender diversity more than anything before her has,” she said.

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‘Fearless Girl’ statue opposite bull stays through February

He wants the girl gone, calling the statue an “advertising trick” fashioned by two corporate giants, while his sculpture is “art.”
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The globally popular statue of a young girl will keep staring down Wall Street’s famed “Charging Bull” through February 2018 instead of being removed this coming Sunday, the mayor said.
Artist Arturo Di Modica’s bull arrived after the 1987 stock market crash as a symbol of Americans’ financial resilience and can-do spirit.
The 4-foot-tall, 250-pound ponytailed girl in a windblown dress was installed this month to highlight the dearth of women on corporate boards as she stands strong against the 11-foot-tall, 7,100-pound bull.
The mayor said the political turmoil surrounding Republican President Donald Trump makes the endearing child particularly relevant.

'Fearless Girl' statue opposite bull stays through February

as declared in ‘Fearless Girl’ statue opposite bull stays through FebruaryNEW YORK (AP) — The globally popular statue of a young girl will keep staring down Wall Street’s famed “Charging Bull” through February 2018 instead of being removed this coming Sunday, the mayor said.
He wants the girl gone, calling the statue an “advertising trick” fashioned by two corporate giants, while his sculpture is “art.”
The girl was white, and the creative team then incorporated another girl, a Latina, “to come up with a child that has universal appeal,” Visbal said.
Artist Arturo Di Modica’s bull arrived after the 1987 stock market crash as a symbol of Americans’ financial resilience and can-do spirit.
The 4-foot-tall, 250-pound ponytailed girl in a windblown dress was installed this month to highlight the dearth of women on corporate boards as she stands strong against the 11-foot-tall, 7,100-pound bull.

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