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The Lynn Arts Commission votes to support youth with Black Lives Matter street mural 

Carlos Prudencio, left, and Damianny Garrido stand in the middle of Essex Street, where their City Council-approved Black Lives Matter street mural will be located. (File Photo/Olivia Falcigno)
LYNN — The Lynn Public Arts Commission (LPAC) voted unanimously to support and provide assistance to youth pushing for a Black Lives Matter mural in the city.  Carlos Prudencio and Damianny Garrido, both Lynn English seniors, spearheaded the project and have been trying to receive approval from the city government for a Black Lives Matter…

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