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"Black Lives Matter" is painted in red, yellow, and red on the pavement. The phrase is followed by George Floyd's Football Jersey in front of his former high school.

The mural was commissioned by Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, the…

"Defund The Wall Fund Our Future" is painted on the pavement in yellow.

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.

"Jubilant and exuberant is the melanin of our skin. From despair we have arisen" is painted on the pavement in yellow. It is a verse written by San Antonio poet laureate Andrea "Vocab" Sanderson.

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.

Black Lives Matter is painted on both sides of the median in yellow paint.

Black Towns Matter is written in yellow ("BLACK" and "MATTER") and red ("TOWNS") in paint on the pavement. The "O" of towns features a portrait of George O. Burgess, a black lawyer and the first mayor of Independence Heights, the first black…

Black Towns Matter Street Mural is painted on the pavement in green, blue, and yellow. "Black" is painted in green, "Towns" is painted in blue, and "Matter" is painted in yellow.
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