Washington DC paints giant ‘Black Lives Matter’ mural on street leading to White House
A giant “Black Lives Matter” mural has been painted on a street leading up to the White House at the request of Washington, DC, Mayor Muriel Bowser.
Work on the mural, which stretches across two blocks on 16th Street, began early on Friday morning.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser on Friday had “Black Lives Matter” painted on the street that leads to the White House where protesters have been demonstrating following George Floyd’s death in police custody.
The mayor said that the people who painted it were from the D.C. Public Works Department.
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