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Artists drawing support for racial justice

Following the death of George Floyd, Coppell High School senior Ishita Sisodia finishes an oil painting on June 5 in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Local artists have put their talents to use by raising awareness and money for the movement through donation commissions and artwork.

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager

August 20, 2020

This past May, when the death of George Floyd rocked the nation and opened the eyes of a generation to racially motivated violence, Coppell High School senior Ishita Sisodia picked up her oil paints and set to work on a piece she would spend five days on.  Sisodia, along with other Coppell-ba...

Peaceful demonstration allows community to advocate for racial equality

Coppell protesters stand against racism by supporting the Black Lives Matter movement behind City Hall on Wednesday. The Coppell community rallied together to spread awareness about BLM and fighting racial injustice.

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager

June 4, 2020

Seven consecutive chants of “say his name” were responded by seven consecutive shouts of “George Floyd” as Coppell residents showed solidarity and support for the Black Lives Matter movement on Wednesday. Rally organizers Johnny Roberson Jr. and Manuella “Mannie” held a Black Lives Matte...