‘I’m not racist’: Monalisa’s painting gets support from ‘black folks’

By NICHOLAS KAMM / ASSOCIATED PRESS Monaliza Davenport’s work has sparked conversation about race and race relations in the arts and a call to “black folks” to support the painting.

The Monalises, who live in a suburb of Pittsburgh, were featured in a viral Facebook video of the painting on the front porch of a community center in Pittsburgh.

The video went viral after being shared more than 300 times on Facebook.

Monalise Davenports daughter Monalisha Davens, a painter and photographer, joined her father in the painting, which was created with a brush and paintslip.

The Monalis’ painting depicts a white man with a black woman.

The painting also includes a black man and a white woman.

“We’re trying to make a statement about the black community, and I’m not trying to hurt anybody.

We’re just trying to bring attention to something that has happened to me,” Daven, who is black, told ABC News’ “20/20” program.

“I think the world needs to know that we’re not all the same.

We don’t all have the same struggles.

I think it’s very important to say that.

It’s really about understanding what happened to us and how it can be changed for the better.”

The painting received national attention after it was posted on Instagram, with over 400,000 likes and more than 4,000 comments.

The piece sparked a hashtag “#IamNotRacism,” which was coined to refer to racism in art.

Monalisa Davenports daughter Mona Davena, who worked with Monalish to create the painting in Pittsburgh, also commented on the video and the hashtag.

“There is racism in every community, especially the black and brown communities, but in this instance, it’s in the white community,” Mona said.

We need to bring in all the colors, the voices, the people that are involved and give them the platform to have their voice heard and be heard,” she said.”

Black folks can really do the work.

We need to bring in all the colors, the voices, the people that are involved and give them the platform to have their voice heard and be heard,” she said.

The Davenres told ABC that Monaliska’s painting has received support from “black people” on social media, and that she is excited to receive the painting and its message of acceptance from people of color.

Mona said she is proud to be part of an art project that is trying to change the way people think about race in America.

“When people talk about race, what they usually think of is violence or discrimination,” she told ABC.

“And that’s not really the reality of it.

And I think that’s what is happening, so I want to bring that out.”