“Black Lives Matter” has been painted on the streets of Washington, D.C., leadeing straight to the White House. District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser on Friday had the message painted on the street where protesters have been demonstrating following George Floyd’s death, according to NBC News.
“There was a dispute this week about whose street this is,” John Falcicchio, chief of staff for Bowser said in a tweet. “Mayor Bowser wanted to make it abundantly clear that this is DC’s street and to honor demonstrators who (were) peacefully protesting on Monday evening.”
The large block letters in yellow are located 16th street, which leads to Lafayette Square and the White House.