Artist D. Colin Talks About Troy’s Murals for BLM

Artist D. Colin talks with HMM’s correspondent Andrea Cunliffe about the Protest Murals in Troy. She discusses the June 7th “Protest for justice and an end to systemic racism and brutality against Black people” — she speaks of the organization of the event, the intent of boarded up businesses and city buildings, the art and messaging painted on these boards, and their impact on the community.

To find out more about D. Colin her poetry and art visit her website: d.colin.com.

Steffi Santos

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