A Story of Anti-White Supremacy Art and a Karen With a Spray Can

An anti-racism mural goes up in Brooklyn. Three days later, it’s defaced. Take a wild guess who did it.

Photo by Jose Cabaco

Last Friday afternoon, graphic artist Julian Alexander and creative producer Khadijat Oseni hosted a small curbside gathering at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. In attendance was a small…

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Bonsu Thompson is a writer, producer, Brooklynite and 2019 Sundance Screenwriters Lab fellow.

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Bonsu Thompson

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Bonsu Thompson is a writer, producer, Brooklynite and 2019 Sundance Screenwriters Lab fellow.

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