BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn (WABC) -- New York City now has its first 'Black Lives Matter' street mural.
The mural is on Fulton Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant in bright yellow paint.
On Saturday afternoon, a number of local leaders helped begin the work. People like Attorney General Letita James and the Reverend Al Sharpton.
Mayor de Blasio says he wants a 'Black Lives Matter' mural on a prominent street in every borough.
The idea was inspired by the street mural painted earlier this month on a street leading up to the White House in Washington, D-C, following proests over George Floyd's death.