Millennials Demanding Change seek artists to help empower black communities

CAMBRIDGE, Md. – A group of Marylanders are stepping up to the plate to bring more artwork to municipalities on the Eastern Shore that inspire positivity for black communities.

The group called Millennials Demanding Change are leading this community outreach.

They have already selected a site for a mural on Cosby Avenue in Cambridge.

But now they are working on getting the funding they need to make it a reality. They are searching for artists and painting supplies as well.

They say their goal is to empower black communities through art and help make a difference.

“And so, we were thinking, we should paint murals and things that would inspire our people to do better or to learn more or encourage them,” said the Millennials Demanding Change President Mya Woods.

According to Woods, the group found inspiration after they contributed to the Black Lives Matter street mural on Race Street.

If you are interested in donating, you are encouraged to message the group on their Facebook page called Millennials Demanding Change.

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