Close up: Black Lives Matter mural in front of Cincy City Hall


The Black Lives Matter mural is located in front of Cincinnati City Hall, 801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, OH. It was designed and painted by volunteer artists and supporters over a three day period in June, 2020. It was dedicated on Friday, Juneteenth (June 19th), 2020.

[Photos courtesy of 700 WLW News Director Jack Crumley]

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. It took about three days to complete.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. It took about three days to complete.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Dozens of artists and supporters worked for days in June, 2020.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Dozens of artists and supporters worked for days in June, 2020.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Sparked by the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, killed at the hands of Police in June, 2020.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Sparked by the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, killed at the hands of Police in June, 2020.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. The relationship between city police and residents has improved drastically since the riots, though both sides acknowledge more can be done.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. The relationship between city police and residents has improved drastically since the riots, though both sides acknowledge more can be done.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Intended to inspire and spark conversation.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. Intended to inspire and spark conversation.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. After days of unrest in Cincinnati where businesses were vandalized, the city and protesters came together for talks to bring change and real reform.

The Black Lives Matter mural outside Cincinnati City Hall. After days of unrest in Cincinnati where businesses were vandalized, the city and protesters came together for talks to bring change and real reform.