Artists Organize Repainting Of Kansas City BLM Street Murals

There are a lot of great causes that deserve support. 

It's up to donors to decide if this effort is worthy of support.

Just for context and giggles . . . Let's not forget that one BLM leader enjoyed a real estate buying binge that included four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone.

So, maybe she might have a few pennies to dedicate to buying some spray paint and a few brushes.

In the meantime, check the local news promo and a cause that could still be worth supporting in order to garner a bit of insurance and a "get of of jail free card" for silly social media misstatements.

Check the proposal . . .

"The artists behind them admit the condition of the murals aren't what they used to be and there is a plan in the works to repaint them . . . It was almost magical, the amount of people who wanted to help," an organizer said. Hundreds of volunteers showed up to make six large murals. “They look a little worn today . . . ”

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6 Black Lives Matter street murals to be repainted next spring, organizers looking for donations

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People who've driven around Kansas City, Missouri, have likely seen one of the six painted Black Lives Matter murals . Last year, hundreds of volunteers helped paint them following protests in response to George Floyd's murder.

Also, here's more context and sign that these artists will likely get their cash given an enthusiastic public TV documentary offering high praise of the widely-endorsed social justice graffiti . . .

You decide . . .