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  • Collection: Say Their Names

A spontaneous memorial in New York City's Washington Square Park consisting of fresh flowers, candles, images of Daunte wright, Breonna Taylor, and a sing reading Justice 4 Daunte Wright! Justice 4 Adam Toledo!

Message written in chalk on a walking path: "Teach your kids about Daunte Wright. They are not too young." The chalk is faded and smudged.

Daunte Wright's name written outside The Kenwood Retirement Community in Minneapolis.

Memorial site at the location where Daunte Wright was killed during a traffic stop near the intersection of 63rd and Kathrene Drive in Brooklyn Center. This photograph shows the memorial as it appeared one week after Daunte Wright's death.

Memorials erected for Daunte Wright at the scene of his death. A large sculpture of a raised fist, written tributes, flowers, candles, and other mementos are seen.

A mural of Daunte Wright's name on plywood boards on Lake Street near George Floyd Square.

Daunte Wright's name on a board nailed on top of plywood boards painted red, green, black, and brown, covering the windows of a business in a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

RIP Daunte Wright written in sharpie on a locked utility door in the subway station.

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Large bubble "Daunte" with a halo on top and "Rest in Power" written next to it. Anti-police graffiti can be seen as well reading: "1312," "FTP," and "Cops Kill & Kill Cops." Written on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police…

"Deona" written on a business sign post.
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