A Tulsa, Oklahoma, church supporting the Black Lives Matter movement found its sign vandalized with a racial slur Friday.
The All Souls Unitarian Church sign, previously reading "Praying for Dallas Black Lives Matter," was changed to spell out a racial slur.
Church officials said the sign is usually locked to prevent people from changing the sign, but it was not secure when someone switched the letters.
Church officials said All Souls is a "multiracial and diverse Unitarian church that is committed to being a leader on issues of religious freedom and racial and social justice."
The church held services devoted to fighting for justice and dismantling white supremacy Sunday.
The service came after upheaval following the deaths of two black men at the hands of police and the Dallas police shootings last week.
"All Souls stands unequivocally for the value that black lives matter. Standing up to say black lives matter is not being anti-police. We value life and we will not pit the value of one life against another," church officials said in a statement to KOKI Saturday.
Church officials said they fixed the sign.
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