The image of the last supper, where Jesus Christ is painted black, installed on the altar of Saint Albany Cathedral in Britain, reports the tabloid The Daily Mail.
The picture is a reinterpretation of the famous frescoes Leonardo Da Vinci, in which the role of Christ posed the sitter, a Jamaican Tafari hinds. It is reported that this is done in support of the movement for racial justice, Black Lives Matter. The painting was created by artist Lorna may Wadsworth in 2009.
On 28 June it was reported that the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby reminded of the middle Eastern origin of Christ: he could not be white. However, his image in different cultures often correspond to the appearance of its representatives.
Earlier in June, the activist of the movement Black Lives Matter and former pastor Sean king urged to demolish a European the statue of Jesus Christ. According to him, the fair-skinned Christ — form expressions of the superiority of the white race.