A group of girls in Washington D.C. were criticized for their “white privilege” as they scrubbed graffiti from a federal building vandalized during the protests against police violence towards black Americans.
A clip posted on social media shows three young women trying to scrape the acronym B.L.M. (Black Lives Matter) from the Lafayette Building, a federal government office building declared a National Historic Landmark in 2005.
A woman, who goes by the name “Faith Alice Sleeper” on Facebook, stopped her car to rebuke the young ladies for scrubbing the graffiti.
“Why are you guys removing ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti?” Alice, who filmed the exchange, asked the girls.