This week, hundred came together to create a BIG statement in Fort Worth. You’ve probably seen lots of streets painted with “Black Lives Matter.” Now check out the amazing “End Racism Now” on Main Street in Fort Worth!
Participants sign the "End Racism Now" mural as a show of support in downtown Fort Worth. UTA professor Sedrick Huckaby and his wife Letitia led the design of the art installation on Main Street. @UTAShorthorn pic.twitter.com/gl1bArALRC
— Elias Valverde (@elias_valverde) June 27, 2020
Volunteers added chilling personal touches to the words with actual names:
— Yfat Yossifor (@YYossifor) June 27, 2020
The finished product stands out.
Volunteers and the artists Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby will be painting a protest mural in downtown Fort Worth this weekend that says "End Racism Now." It'll cover the 800 block of Main Street. https://t.co/zeW9FhC8wc pic.twitter.com/OfhF7IEHTw
— KERA's Art&Seek (@artandseek) June 26, 2020
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