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  • Collection: Intersectional

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A photo of multiple brightly colored murals. The murals depict themes of resilience, self-love, racial harmony, healing, togetherness, and calls to action for other marginalized communities (specifically missing and murdered indigenous women).…

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Quote, "YOU CAN'T SEPARATE PEACE FROM FREEDOM BECAUSE NO ONE CAN BE AT PEACE UNLESS HE HAS FREEDOM! - Malcolm X"

Image of a nude Black woman with her fist raised and the crown of Basquiat in her hair. An ankh earring and Africa tattoo on her…

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On the bottom half of the sign, a Black person wearing a rainbow jacket and holding a megaphone says, "GIVE US OUR ROSES WHILE WE'RE STILL HERE." On the top half of the sign, roses are a backdrop to the outline of a city. In the background are Black…

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This piece was created the weekend of September 26th and 27th 2020 at a community art event and food drive organized by Victoria Theater @vtac_mn (instagram), Creatives after Curfew @creativesaftercurfew (Instagram), City Mischief Murals…

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A plywood mural has been painted depicting Bruce Lee & Kareem Abdul Jabbar as well as a dragon.

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Woman sitting cross legged with her hands raised above her head. Between her arms is a pink crown, matching her leotard. Around her is wavy green grass. "Protect your Peace" is written above her.

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Painting of a Black woman wearing a white face mask with "BLM" on it. "No Justice No Peace" is on her shirt. Rainbows extend from her raised hands. MPLS and the city skyline rest above her afro. A heart sits in the center. Pine trees and flowers…

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A pink background with black and green leaf boarder. A Black woman with "Girl Power" earrings is in the middle. "Black Lives Matter" is written on top in white letters.

This mural has a gold, blue, and pink background with flowers. A Black child…

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A mural on a storefront which reading "Protect The Sacred," "Protectmaunakea," and "NoDAPL." The mural includes a black and white image of an Indigenous person wearing traditional attire, accompanied by additional text.

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A mural painted on brick wall of an Indigenous person with the text reading "Still Here" and "From Dine" and "To The Tongva." The Tongva are the Indigenous People of California. Additional text is painted in the center of the mural.
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