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  • Date is exactly "2020-07-26"

"Black Lives Matter" is in the process of being painted on the pavement.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in pastel colors on the pavement.

The letters were outlined by artists Chris Freeman and Baju Wijono and tourism board member Chris McManus. It was then filled in by volunteers.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in various colors on the pavement.

The mural was organized by West Seattle Art Nest and West Seattle Art for Social Justice.

Utilizing an anti-gentrification image by Ricardo Morales, this poster includes text that reads "Hey Jacob GentriFREY: Defund the Police: Fund Dignified Homes For All: Tax the Rich & Greedy. It is pasted to the side of a City Pages box.

A poster plastered to the side of a utility box with text reading Hey Jacob GentriFREY: Have a Heart! Defund the Police/Tax the Rich/Fund Dignified Homes for All. HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT. A house with a heart is flanked by plants and…

A dark hand a light hand are joined together. Text reads "I'm Gonna Love You Till the Stars Fall From the Sky For You and I"

A small metallic sticker with the words "Justice" and "Peace" layered over "NO" (No Justice, No Peace).

A panel showing a Black figure of Justice dressed in gold against a dark blue background. Text reads "Now is the time for Justice: Restatement of Lady Justice concept of blindfold, impartial, and fair judgement regardless of wealth, power, prejudice,…

"Reparations Now!" is painted on the pavement in red, yellow, and green. These are the colors of the Pan-African flag.
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