Officially recognize "We Gon' Be Alright Wall' mural
- Louisville Metro Mayor's Office
- United States of America
At the Time of President Trump's election the phrase "We Gon' Be Alright" (used widely in the Black Lives Matter campaign) appeared on the wall embankment on East Hill street between Shelby and Preston streets. The week before Trump's rally on March 20th the city covered up the phrase. On March 18th local residents rewrote the phrase on the wall in chalk 100 times. On March 21st the city washed it off.
As a symbol of Civil Rights we, the undersigned, request the "We Gon' Be Alright" wall on East Hill street between Shelby and Preston streets be recognized by the mayor's office of the city of Louisville with a mural that will not be covered up.
The Officially recognize "We Gon' Be Alright Wall' mural petition to Louisville Metro Mayor's Office was written by The Electric Church Of The Tambourine and is in the category Civil Rights at GoPetition.