Six Kansas City Streets Are Set To Become Canvases For Black Lives Matter Murals
To show Black lives matter in Kansas City, organizers plan to put down paint, in the manner of similar projects in Washington, Cleveland, Tulsa and elsewhere.
The goal is to begin plotting the art and paint on Sept. 5, while inspiring positive change that dismantles structural racism in the process.
- Damian Lair, co-founder of Ridgely|Walsh and one of the organizers of the project
- Gwen Grant, president and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City
For more information about the Black Lives Matter murals in Kansas City, and to volunteer to paint, visit the KC Art on the Block Facebook Page.