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  • Date is exactly "2021-03-07"

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“Understand we are never leaving” painted on the pavement on Monument Avenue sidewalk near the graffiti-altered Robert E Lee monument.

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View through the fence of graffiti-altered Robert E Lee monument and memorials to victims of police brutality. There is a posted notice stating that anything left near the fence would be removed.

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Street graffiti reading “Marcus David Peters” on Monument Avenue. Earlier protests in response to George Floyd's murder renamed the park around the Robert E Lee statue “Marcus Davis Peters Park” for a Black man killed by police in 2018.

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Sign enforcing firearms restrictions in front of fenced in graffiti covered Robert E Lee monument. This was the site of Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality and contains memorials to people killed by police.

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Street graffiti “Black boys can’t dream too busy living nightmares.” Spray painted on Monument Avenue sidewalk in front of graffiti-altered Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond, VA.

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Fencing around area where protesters gathered around the graffiti-altered Robert E.Lee monument on Monument Avenue, Richmond, VA. Layers of anti-racist graffiti were applied to the Confederate statue following the death of George Floyd. On Jan 25,…
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