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"Black Lives Matter" is written on one side of the street in various colors. On the other side of the street "Black Lives Matter" is written in red, black, and green. These are the colors of the Pan-African flag.

The mural was organized by Harlem…

The word “Solidarity” is painted in large block letters, flanked by silhouettes of a Black man and a Black woman.

The mural was spearheaded by the city government and the Park City/Summit County Arts Council.

At the center of the mural, the word "Unity" is written. The words "Peace" and "Love" are written on either side. Each of the words are framed in colorful geometric patterns.

The mural was spearheaded by the city government and the Park…

"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in orange and black. The "I" in "Lives" is the Black Power Fist. At the beginning and end of the phrase, there are white geometric shapes.

The mural was spearheaded by the city government and the…

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in a variety of colors on the pavement. Each of the letters depicts a different scene.

Adrian Hammond and Maurise Walker, owners of the Boil & Roux restaurant funded the project in the parking lot of their…

A 7000-square-foot ground mural in Chambers Park depicts Breona Taylor with the message "Black Lives Matter." Near her, the dates "June 5, 1993 - March 13, 2020" are written.

Annapolis-based Future History Now, a nonprofit art collective that…

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in white on the pavement across three streets.

"Las Vidas Negras," which translates roughly to Black Lives Matter, is written in white traffic paint on the pavement.

The mural was organized by Urbe Apie.

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"Black Lives Matter" is painted in yellow on the pavement.

Justin Gomez and Martizians for Black Lives organized the mural with the help of the Recreation Department.
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