ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WBFF) -- During the 4th of July weekend, artists and volunteers gathered to paint a mural of Breonna Taylor in an Annapolis park.
The finished 7,000-square-foot mural can be found on a basketball court in Chambers Park in Annapolis.
The project was led by Annapolis-based Future History Now, a non-profit art collective that creates murals with youth facing adversity in underserved communities, according to their website.
The idea came about after co-founder Jeff "Jahru" Huntington and two of the group's teaching artists, Deonte Ward and Comacell Brown, painted a mural of George Floyd that included the names of other Black Americans killed at the hands of police, Future History Now's co-founder Julia Gibb told CNN.
Taylor's death was mentioned in many of the national demonstrations over police brutality.
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