The First Unitarian Church in Wilmington has hung banners celebrating the Black Lives Matter movement up along U.S. Route 202.
And this time reports the Wilmington News Journal they are hoping they will stay up.
Previous signs had been torn after they had been vandalized.
The banners read, ”Black Lives Matter” and “Standing on the side of love.”
They went up on Sunday morning.
The mostly white church said that for each incident of vandalism it would make a donation to the national Black Lives Matter movement.