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“D.C. Mayor” Renames Street After “Black Lives Matter” Leading To “White House”!

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser had “Black Lives Matter” painted on the street that leads to the White House as well as changed the name of 16th Street to “Black Lives Matter Plaza.”

The road has been a popular place for demonstrators to protest, and now, according to Bowser, it’s a commemorative area to honor protesters and the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and everyone who has lost their lives to police brutality and white supremacy.

On Friday morning (June 5), people were seen painting the words “Black Lives Matter” in large block letters in yellow on 16th street, which leads to Lafayette Square and the White House.

While many are applauding the move, others, including the official D.C. chapter of the Black Lives Matter Global Network says the gesture is empty and that Mayor Bowser has been “on the wrong side of BLMDC.”