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  • Date is exactly "2020-06-30"

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Mural with the Minneapolis skyline in the upper left corner and coniferous woods to the right. The I-35 bridge runs along the left side. In the center is a dove with a halo and light emanating from its body over two babies, one Black and one white.…

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Mural of protesters with their fists raised, surrounded by flowers. George Floyd is in the center, with blank white eyes. A the top is "You Have To Act As If It Were Possible To Radically Transform The World. And You Have To Do It All The Time.…

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In-Progress mural with "Supporting Each Other All of It" in green and blue along the top. "Difficult Times" outlined along the bottom. The background is red and yellow rays.

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"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement. Each of the letters has a different design.

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Black Lives Matter is painted in white on the pavement.

The mural was organized by Richard Bird and George Dominguez.

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Colorful background of hearts, flowers, and shapes, text reading "Remember Honor Forgive," "No Healing No Change," "Forgive Everyone-Everything," and three gray-scale portraits of:

Dowansa, a Dakota man who died on Dec 26, 1862

George Floyd, a…

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Flowers, two with Black faces, and the words "Black Lives Are Beautiful" in red, blue, yellow, and brown. "June 11, 2020" at the bottom corner.

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Mural with burning papers at the bottom, one reading "Justice." A red cell phone with seven Black people, four men, two women, and one child, rejoicing, reaching up, or praying. Pink, blue, and green paint dripping down onto them.

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Throw up of "Demand Justice!" in white bubble letters on a red background with a jagged black border. A character wearing a Nirvana shirt, with an X on their right arm, hold up a sign with the Anarchist A and the Equality symbol.

To the left is a…

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"Ohlorne Territory" is black in red on the pavement. Surrounding the words is a white box.

The mural was organized by city council members Sophie Hahn, Kate Harrison, Cheryl Davila, and Ben Bartlett.
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