Saturday, September 26, 2020

Dozens Of Kansas City Volunteers Help Rework Vandalism Targeting BLM Murals

Here's another glimpse at creativity working against tire tracks on the nice side of the bridge.

Take look:

Artists incorporate tire tracks into Black Live Matter road mural

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Six Black Lives Matter murals were painted with private donations on roads all across Kansas City the first weekend of September. Nearly a week after, tire tracks were found on the mural on Briarcliff Parkway and North Mulberry Drive. Lead artist Harold Smith told 41 Action News he wasn't surprised it happened.

6 comments:

Bandit said...

Waste of time and effort. Going to be an early winter. 😏

Anonymous said...


WOw! Great job by the burner! Hope he strikes again Monday!

Anonymous said...

He will soon. Very soon.

Anonymous said...

These murals have done wonders for Kansas City. So important to keep them spiffed up. Q-how much cock did you sick this weekend you incompetent anus locker?

Same old crap said...

The people trying to clean it up have nothing better to do just like the losers who painted all the black lives matter shit on the streets an walls. Losers.

Anonymous said...

The new mural would be a great meeting place for the next Trump motor Parade. Toot! Toot!