Charlotte, NC Artists Put A New Spin on #BLM Street Murals

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Courtesy of the Office of Congresswoman Alma S. Adams

Photos from King Zeek via Facebook (CC BY 2.0)

When D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser renamed two city blocks “Black Lives Matter Plaza” and painted the words on the street that leads to the White House, she single-handedly inspired a movement. In Charlotte, North Carolina, artists there put a new, stunning spin on Black Lives Matter street murals.

 

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  1. Hello,

    Just wanted to see where you acquired the aerial shot of the mural.
    It was taken by me and I’m curious where it came from.
    I would like to be credited as John Merrick Media and I think the artist should be credited as well.
    If you go to my instagram you will find their names and tags.
    #johnmerrickmedia

    Thank you
    John Merrick

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