Denver woman’s Black Lives Matter mural vandalized
The message behind a Black Lives Matter mural in Denver was been hijacked twice in 6 months.
The artist, Bex Paz, painted the mural at her home as a gift to her girlfriend during the height of Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd.
But within 24 hours of completing the mural, Paz and her two children, Billie and Charlie Girmann, discovered someone vandalized and changed the colorful message.
“The next day we got to kind of get our community together and put it back together again,” said Paz.
But even after the paint was fixed, Paz told Denver7, just a few weeks later, someone else would once again hijack her mural.
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