Mural of a blue sky with "#JusticeforFloyd Nina Pop Tony McDade Monika Diamon Breonna Taylor Ahmaud Arbery" on a yellow shape with the Trans Live Black Power fist and a plain Black Power fist in the center.
White panel with "Love Hope Rise", each word being pink, blue, and orange, respectively. Rhombuses, flowers, and dots of varying colors fill in the empty space. A realistic Black Power fist is to the right.
The remnants of previous graffiti peek out underneath splotches of black paint added to the plywood. Each of the three black areas of the panels features careful white outlines of different fragments of a scene described by a quote in the upper left…
A series of panels across several pieces of plywood:
1. Beautifully lettered text in black against a yellow ground. Text reads "Everytime you wash your hands it's a chance for a new beginning." by Hewana Sullivan Janzen.
2. Colorful raised fists…
The word "Liberation'" is written across a background of grass and earth. Protestors appear to grow from the soil. They hold signs saying "Black Lives Matter," "No Justice No Peace" and "Defund Police." The sky behind them is red.
Purple text "but if you ask her to embrace you she would drop everything she was doing and hold you like you have never been held before all of this would be if hope was a woman. hawona sullivan janzen."