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Bevelyn Beatty became nationally known when, during the volatile riots of 2020, she poured black paint of the BLM murals on the streets of New York City while crying out that only Jesus could make a difference. She was also saying to the police (who later arrested her), “We are not here to ‘defund the police.’ We are here to ‘defend the police.’” She then went to Chicago and preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ outside the home of Mayor Lori Lightfoot, for which Bevelyn was again arrested. She is no a stranger to jails, because before she met Christ, she found herself in trouble with the law. Since coming to Christ, Bevelyn has become a passionate and articulate proclaimer of holiness and righteousness.