Let this serve as a constant reminder of the future taken from us
Botham Jean was dedicated to helping the City of Dallas through volunteering and ministry. His life served as an example and a model for everyone in the city. When he was killed in his own apartment on Lamar Street, his death shook the city and forced it to face the very same issues that the rest of our nation is currently grappling within the wake of the death of George Floyd.
Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, the person Lamar Street is named after, was a slaveholder and set out to kill or expel every Native American person from Texas. Lamar Street, named after this reprehensible person, is the last place Botham Jean was alive and well, sitting down to eat ice cream in his own home. Help us honor Botham's memory by renaming Lamar St. to Botham Jean Blvd.
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