A Sign That Preserving BLM Matters

Paraphernalia collected from D.C. protests will be exhibited in gallery space

A visitor to the temporary fence erected around the White House perimeter last summer views signs, banners and artwork reflecting the strength of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Photo: Author’s archives

They continue to come from the city; the suburbs, and far-flung destinations far from the Nation’s Capital. Tens of thousands have stood in the center of D.C.’s Black Lives Matter Mural since June, on a two-block stretch of what used to be called 16th Street NW. The yellow…

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Brooke Ramey Nelson

Brooke Ramey Nelson

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Native Texan & Mizzou Journalism grad. I’ve worked in newspapers, politics, PR & as a high school pubs adviser/AP English teacher. TOP WRITER?