Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Kansas City George Floyd Mural Tribute Debuts In Westport

Fashionista connect their brand with this social justice trend and garner a bit of earned media . . . Take a look:

George Floyd mural with words 'silence is violence' goes up on wall of Westport store

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A George Floyd mural is now part of Westport's landscape. The art piece is on the side of the clothing store DVA% on Westport Road between Central and Wyandotte streets. The owner of the store came up with the idea with the help of a few artists.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

A message to whitey. Get out, stay out!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a good candidate for a future defacing by a black folk and blame whitey for it.

Anonymous said...

I'll donate four gallons of white paint.

Anonymous said...

I like your thinking 9:05!!!!

Anonymous said...

9:05, LMAO!!!

Anonymous said...


This is really sick. I have been reading from black people who are against BLM movement and they are saying some really bad things about it they said it's the equivalent to the KKK except black. This mural is controversial and is going to make a lot of people mad. Not a smart move! Should have been left alone.

Anonymous said...

They should paint a mural at every location that a black is killed by a black. Make sure to keep George as their symbol of BLM. The town would be full of murals.

Anonymous said...

When a white artist paints big lips and a broad nose it becomes a stereotyping racist.

Anonymous said...

Nice of them to let second graders vandalize a wall.

Anonymous said...

"Silence is Violence"?
Real catchy slogan.
Too bad it isn't applied at all on the east side where the going rule is "NO Snitchin'".
No cooperation by residents in the black community is the reason less than 50% of the murders in KCMO, in which over 90% of the vicitims are black, are never solved.
As usual, the location of the mural implies that all that violence is someone else's fault.
It never changes.

Anonymous said...

Leftist movements have a never ending supply of meaningless slogans. Probably because the organizers know that their street warriors can't comprehend a thought more complex than "hit car with rock."

I wonder whether consider silence as violence when the person speaking does not support the BLM myths. I have little doubt that violence would happen in that situation, but it would not be due to silence.