ELIZABETH, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Elizabeth community came together Saturday to highlight injustice.
Residents, community leaders and others helped paint a Black Lives Matter mural across from City Hall.READ MORE: CBS News Poll: Republicans Weigh In On Liz Cheney And Direction Of The GOP
The mural was designed by a local Elizabeth artist.MTA Set To Resume 24/7 Subway Service Early Monday
“Ladies and gentlemen, it’s the communities that we have to save now. We have to save our young men and our young women,” Carr said. “We can’t only say ‘Black lives matter’ when there’s a police killing. Black lives is supposed to always matter.”
“And yes, black lives do matter, but it has to matter to us,” Floyd said.MORE NEWS: Confused About COVID-19 Mask Guidance? Here's The Current State Of Play In New York City
Saturday’s event was sponsored by Friends of the New Jersey Heritage Foundation.