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UNCW to move Black Lives Matter banners into art exhibit

UNCW will remove Black Lives Matter banners that were hung around campus this summer and put them in an art exhibit. 

New Hanover County teachers chosen for Black Lives Matter art installation

After passing the "End Racism Now" art installation, Wilmington City Council picked 18 candidates to each paint a letter of the message: "Black Lives Do Matter".

American Airlines OKs Black Lives Matter pins for employees

American Airlines says employees can wear pins supporting Black Lives Matter.

Democrats, BLM movement protest during president’s visit

Not everyone in the Port City welcomed President Donald Trump with open arms on Wednesday.

Wilmington in need of artists for ’Black Lives Do Matter’ mural

Wilmington city council recently voted to endorse a “Black Lives Do Matter - End Racism Now” art installation in downtown. Now, organizers are looking for artists to help design it.

St. Louis couple charged after BLM protest appear in court

The St. Louis couple charged for waving guns during a Black Lives Matter protest outside their home in June made their first court appearance on felony charges.

Mayor: Police overtime bill to teen over protest rescinded

The mayor of a northern New Jersey town says a bill for police overtime reportedly totaling $2,500 that was sent to a teenager who organized a Black Lives Matter rally last month has been rescinded.

‘More work to be done’: Community honors 57th anniversary of March on Washington

On the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington, people in Wilmington took to the streets to for a peaceful protest rally.

After heated debate, Wilmington City Council approves ‘Black Lives Do Matter’ art installation

Things got heated at a Wilmington City Council meeting Tuesday night surrounding a proposed art installation.

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