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  • Date is exactly "2020-06-29"

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Black Lives Matter is painted in yellow paint on the pavement. At the beginning and the end of the word, there are yellow lines painted.

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"Black Lives Matter!" is painted in yellow paint on the pavement. Each of the letters depicts a different design.

The mural was organized by Kelley Creacy-Durham and Jason Keith.

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End Racism Now is painted on the red pavement. The words "End" and "Now" are painted in white, while "Racism" is painted in black.

The mural was organized by Deborah Peoples.

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Black Lives Do Matter End Racism Now is written in yellow paint around a building.

The mural was organized by the Cool Spring Downtown District and the Fayetteville City Art Council.

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Black Lives Matter is painted in yellow paint on the pavement. The words are stacked vertically.

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Black Lives Matter is painted in orange, purple, blue, and green paint on the pavement.

The mural was organized by Cameron Williams.

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Words stenciled in black paint on the pavement read, "It's Ok to be Black."

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A white swatch on a piece of plywood previously marked with other graffiti and tags reads in large black block font: "BLACK TRANS LIVES MATTER". Between these words is a painting of the upper half of a person's face, with purple skin and long flowing…

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Covering panels on a window and the door, text reading "Seeds of Change" showing a plant and rain; A map of Minnesota with Minneapolis marked with a heart; an image of a car (appropriate for the business, a collision center).

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A large wall reading "Imagine a World Without Money." An adjoining wall is in process, this one addressing unity.
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