Following the large anti-Trump rally in Bristol on Saturday, Bristol street artists joined forces to paint a piece overlooking the M32 in St Werburgh’s.
The 90-metre wall went up in three hours on Sunday morning.
The piece says: ‘Racism won’t Trump our unity’.
In a statement one of the artists told Bristol24/7: “Bristol has a long history of standing together against racism.
“On Sunday morning seven of us Bristolians painted the wall next to the M32 in St Werburgh’s to encourage each other to confront racism, bigotry and hate whether in our workplaces, in the streets or just as importantly in politics.”
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