Osmond Gibson goes sky high to capture memories and Black history

Osmond Gibson (Khadisha Alie photo)
By Brenika Banks
Special to the AmNews

“Black Lives Matter” was painted in bright yellow, covering Fulton Street (Harriet Ross Tubman Ave.) between Marcy Ave. and Brooklyn Ave. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. A group of Brooklyn-based artists completed the city’s first BLM mural on Sunday, June 14th. Osmond Gibson, a photographer, heard about the mural and brought his camera drone to capture an elevated shot of the powerful words. He conveniently lives a few minutes away from the painting.

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