The pieces in this collection provide instructional or informational messages, such as "children live here," or "minority owned business."
"Do Better America!!!" is spray-painted in white on plywood.
Sidewalk chalk written in colorful letters reads "I'm Sorry for Passing judgment Instead of extending Empathy." The "a" and the top of the "y" in empathy are both hearts.
"Our Streets" painted on a plywood mural in black, white, teal, and yellow.
This "End Familia Separation" mural is on the side of a Criminal and Immigration Law office building. It is the first in a series of six mural by the artist, focusing on the need to put humanity before hate. This artwork is 12 feet high, and the…
Colorful block letters reading "MGM is Open" on a pale green background. Darker green abstract, wing-like forms extend on either side of the block containing the words. MGM refers to Midtown Global Market.
Written in red spray paint across several plywood boards, "I Assure You We're Open."
Fresh plywood was hung on Midtown Global Market during the time of Derek Chauvin's trial in anticipation of potential conflicts. This instructional panel reads "I assure you we're open."
The gas station sign at People's Way has been used as a countdown to the Trial. It reads "George Floyd Trial in 2 days." Under this reads a sheet reading "Black Joy."
"We Keep the Fires That Keep Our People Warm" is printed on an informational sign which includes a picture of a fire and information on donating money for firewood.
A paper sign reads "POC Lives Here." Above this handmade sign, a more mass produced sign with a portrait of George Floyd is placed.