OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Artists and muralists went to work Sunday on 15th Street near Broadway in Oakland, painting a Black Lives Matter mural in bold yellow lettering on the street.
The mural stretches for three blocks.
"TY to Oakland's incredible art community for making this happen. #GoodMotherGallery" said Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf in a tweet.
Protesters did something similar thing on Friday in Washington, D.C. In front of the White House.
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