Calgary’s Black Lives Matter mural program postponed due to threats: organizers

CALGARY -- Shortly after announcing the location of the first Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Calgary was being reconsidered due to overwhelming support for the existing mural, the program has been halted due to "violent vitriol, racism and threats".

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