stores in America, boarded up to prevent looting, have been adorned with messages of hope and support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
Now, some peaceful protestors are reimagining the boarded-up windows of Apple
Stores as canvases for a positive message.
As Michael Steeber notes, over a dozen Apple
stores in the U.S. were looted over the weekend, as protests over the death of George Floyd turned violent, with rioting and looting
distracting many from the message at hand.
has since boarded up some of its stores and has also closed many stores it had previously just reopened across the country.
store in Portland
was adorned with a huge 'I can't breathe' mural: In Naperville, dozens of people left heart-shaped messages on the store: Another mural
and messages of support for the 'Black Lives Matter' movement were seen in Palo Alto: Earlier today, Tim Cook penned an open letter titled Speaking up on racism, in which he described the killing of George Floyd as "senseless" and said that "we must do more."