BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Art Commission has created a survey to ask the public what should happen with a controversial statue. The Emancipation Group monument in Park depicts President Abraham Lincoln standing over a Black man with broken chains.

Survey options include adding more education information at the site, commissioning a new work of art to accompany it, or formally removing it from the city’s collection.

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It must be completed by June 29 at noon.

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The Emancipation Group statue in Park Square (WBZ-TV)

The Commission also held a meeting Thursday night to get the public’s thoughts.

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The Emancipation Group was installed in 1879.