Artists work on Black Lives Matter mural in Stamford

Artists designed their letters with personal touches of what social justice means to them.

News 12 Staff

Jun 27, 2021, 5:30 PM

Updated 1,117 days ago

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A Juneteenth celebration that was postponed due to rain is being held Sunday in Stamford.
Sixteen artists came out to parts of Bedford and Broad streets to outline letters for a Black Lives Matter mural.
Artists designed their letters with personal touches of what social justice means to them.
Organizers say their goal in 2021 is to reinforce the movement that was started in 2020.


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