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In this photo taken by a drone, the phrase 'Black Lives Matter' is written in yellow paint on a parking lot East of Noto Arts and Entertainment District in Topeka in support of the national movement.Officials plan to wash away the words Black Lives Matter from the Topeka parking lot because the yellow block letters were painted without permission in a decision that has angered activists. Shawnee County County commissioner Bill Riphahn says the Parks and Recreation department is removing it next week, but organizers can ask to get a new, county-approved mural. (Evert Nelson/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)
Photo by: Evert Nelson
In this photo taken by a drone, the phrase 'Black Lives Matter' is written in yellow paint on a parking lot East of Noto Arts and Entertainment District in Topeka in support of the national movement.Officials plan to wash away the words Black Lives Matter from the Topeka parking lot because the yellow block letters were painted without permission in a decision that has angered activists. Shawnee County County commissioner Bill Riphahn says the Parks and Recreation department is removing it next week, but organizers can ask to get a new, county-approved mural. (Evert Nelson/The Topeka Capital-Journal via AP)

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