With permission from the D.C. mayor, an enormous “Black Lives Matter” mural was painted in Washington, D.C. The mural covers three blocks of 16th Street as it leads to the White House.
In addition, the city has dubbed the intersection where demonstrators were cleared, Black Lives Matter Plaza. Politico writes:
“An intersection near the White House where federal law enforcement used chemical irritants and flash-bang grenades earlier this week to clear a peaceful demonstration against racial injustice has a new name: Black Lives Matter Plaza.“