By Daniella Genovese | Fox News
A couple of tattoo artists from Kentucky, inspired by people fighting for racial justice during the COVID-19 pandemic, wanted to help rid the world of hate.
It started with a social media post in June.
“If you have a racist tattoo and you want it gone, ill cover it for free. No questions asked,” Ryun King and his colleagues at Gallery X Art Collective wrote on Instagram. King told Fox News that the idea sparked early on in the pandemic as they watched “the story of America unfold … with the protests, inequality, and people standing up for racial rights … we were just seeing all these people pretty much risk their lives.” When Gallery X Art Collective was allowed to resume business over the summer, the idea to start the Cover the Hate initiative was “instantaneous,” King said.
What he didn’t expect was such an overwhelming response.
“We had hundreds and hundreds of likes, hundreds and hundreds of shares,” he said.
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