Say Their Names

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Say Their Names

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This collection references specific BIPOC victims of police brutality and racially-motivated vigilante acts of violence.

Collection Items

Deserving Justice, I-75, Exit 290
Portraits of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd are painted on a brick wall over black, orange, blue, and yellow circles. Behind this is a painted highway. To the left of the portraits is a painting of a road sign that reads "Deserving…

Say Her Name
A large wall mural with brightly colored bubble letters reading "SAY HER NAME" in blue and red. In the middle of the words, a Black woman is painted, wearing a green shirt. A stylized red and gold heart is on her chest, and a red and gold halo is…

Jacob Blake | RIP George
White graffiti on a red post. One side of the post reads "Jacob Blake." The other side reads "RIP George."

Disconnect
Two murals on plywood boards. The left has abstract images and designs surrounding the word "Respect." "You are Loved" is painted to the right of this. A second mural to the right says "Disconnect" in large letters. It is surrounded by various images…

Beloved Daunte Wright Mural
A mural of multiple hands enveloping Daunte Wright as he looks skyward. One arm is held aloft with an air freshener hanging from his finger. A halo of gold surrounds his head and a gold teardrop runs down his face. The words Beloved is written on the…

Portrait of Breonna Taylor
Painting of Breonna Taylor in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Daunte Wright on Board
Daunte Wright's name on a board nailed on top of plywood boards covering the windows of a business in a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

Daunte Wright Tribute and Anti-Police Graffiti
Large bubble "Daunte" with a halo on top and "Rest in Power" written next to it. Anti-police graffiti can be seen as well reading: "1312," "FTP," and "Cops Kill & Kill Cops." Written on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police…

Urban Jungle Rest in power/I can’t breathe/Justice4Daunte
The front entrance of Urban Jungle depicting a George Floyd “Rest in Power” portrait; “I can’t breathe” and Keep the peace” on plywood over the door; and Daunte Wright mural attributed to @SimoneAlexaArt.

Say Their Names
Spray painted on a surface, "Say Their Names" is written and surrounded by hearts. Above the text is a pasted image of George Floyd.
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