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End Racism Now #BLM is painted on the pavement in colorful letters. Each of the letters has a different design that was designed by 16 local artists. The mural was organized by the Community Mural Project, Triad Cultural Arts, Ministers'Conference…

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End Racism Now is painted on the red pavement. The words "End" and "Now" are painted in white, while "Racism" is painted in black.

The mural was organized by Deborah Peoples.

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"End Racism Now!" is painted in various colors on the pavement. Each of the letters has a different design.

Located in the public library parking lot at the corner of Broad Street on the pavement between the public library and the Town Green.

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"End Racism Now" is painted on the pavement in various colors.

Below is a list of artists involved in Sunday's one-day project to create the 'END RACISM NOW' mural in the 200 block of Campbell Avenue. Jordan Fitzgerald (E), Ella and Ann Trinkle…

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Inspired by the “End Racism Now” mural painted on the Main Street of downtown Fort Worth in June, Hollins approached Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. on July 4 with the idea to create something similar on the TCU campus.
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