WASHINGTON, D.C.(WVLT/ CNN)- Two artists painted a mural in Washington D.C. Saturday remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg, CNN reported.
“Over the previous few months, we have actually been painting murals throughout DC, generally on the wood boards utilized to avoid vandalism on structures and company near the White House (BLM Plaza). The purpose is to uplift our neighborhood during these unpredictable times, through affirmations of hope and unity, along with honoring those who paved the way for those without a voice,” Perkins told CNN. “Our latest installation was complete throughout a day at a Blackfinn DC, a well known restaurant club obstructs from the White House. With the current passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, there was no who we would commemorate with this latest piece. It's up forever in the meantime, the owner of the restaurant will likely keep it up throughout the remainder of the year a minimum of.”
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