A unity mural by Chicago artists was painted over the night after it was finished

CHICAGO — Seven black and Latino artists joined forces Saturday to paint a mural to represent unity between the two communities and to nourish the Black Lives Matter movement.The artists spent hours painting a portrait of Breonna Taylor, killed by Louisville, Ky., police in her home, next to an image of Benito Juarez, the 19th century Mexican president who ousted French colonial power. They included a black man and a Latino man with their fists together. It took them nearly two days to finish.The next day, it was gone.The massive mural under a viaduct near the United Center was covered in whit...


Read More