Artist Fabian Williams has added face masks to his well-known murals in Atlanta’…


Artist Fabian Williams has added face masks to his well-known murals in Atlanta’s West End neighborhood. Williams says he wanted a strong visual reminder that people should wear masks to protect them from coronavirus, which has disproportionately impacted Black and brown Americans both in Atlanta and nationwide. “We’re not seeing visual cues of a pandemic,” Williams said. “Without seeing a lot of people suffering, you tend to forget that this is actually something that’s going on and killing people left and right.” The murals, which feature prominent Black figures, are part of a grassroots public service campaign started by writer and filmmaker Sherri Daye Scott.
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