TULSA, Okla. — A crew with the City of Tulsa came out and removed a "BLM" sign someone had painted on Greenwood Avenue after the controversial removal of the Black Lives Matter mural in the district.
Someone had painted the message on the street on Wednesday.
The removal of the previous Black Lives Matter mural sparked a debate between the city and community. Crews removed that mural in the Greenwood district as part of a scheduled mill and overlay project for the street.
It is unknown who painted the smaller "BLM" message on the street.
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