Brooklyn 'Black Lives Matter' street mural to become pedestrian plaza: de Blasio

Volunteers painted a “Black Lives Matter” mural on a Bedford-Stuyvesant street this past weekend — and the block will become a pedestrian plaza during the summer months, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday.

Artist Dawud West, Brooklyn Councilman Robert Cornegy, Jr. and a group of volunteers painted the 375-foot mural on Fulton Street, between Marcy and Brooklyn avenues, over the weekend.

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — Volunteers painted a “Black Lives Matter” mural on a Bedford-Stuyvesant street this past weekend — and the block will become a pedestrian plaza during the summer months, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday.

Artist Dawud West, Brooklyn Councilman Robert Cornegy, Jr. and a group of […]

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