Why Do GOP Lawmakers Keep Removing This Ferguson Painting From The U.S. Capitol Grounds?
5 monthes ago - By News One
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are embroiled in a bitter battle with GOP legislators over the removal of a controversial Ferguson painting depicting scenes of police brutality, according to a report by NBC News .
Officers in the painting are depicted as farm animals with guns aimed at demonstrators, while several protests unfold in the background. The scene evokes the aftermath of the Ferguson protests following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown , an unarmed Black teenager.
Republican lawmakers keep taking the painting down, and Black Caucus lawmakers keep putting it back up...
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