After two days of preparation and with the help of dozens of volunteers, the words "End Racism Now" were painted atop Main Street in downtown Fort Worth. The 190-foot wide mural was designed by Sedrick Huckaby, UTA associate painting professor, and his wife Letitia.
The Huckabys were contacted by event organizer Deborah Peoples to oversee the mural, which spans over 6,000 square feet across an entire city block. Participants were encouraged to sign their names on the words "end" and "now" as a show of support for their call to end racism.
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As the 12th largest city in America and as a home to a large minority population, Fort Worth should speak out against racism, said project organizer Deborah Peoples.
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