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On June 16, 2020, the City of Seattle erected concrete barriers down the middle of the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) and opened the street for traffic. Almost immediately, the barriers were covered in colorful street art protesting police…

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This image shows a poster with names of murdered Black lives next to a Shepherd Fairey “We the People” print.

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A photo taken during the now-infamous protestor occupation (CHOP) of the East Police Precinct in Capitol Hill, Seattle. From the contributor: "My photo depicts the alteration to the entrance sign, reading "Seattle PEOPLE Department." This was the…

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A mural stating "Our Streets." Found adjacent to the Capitol Hill Organized Protest area.

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A mural depicting many characters and open spaces for others to contribute thoughts, statements, and questions to the viewer. Created adjacent to the Capitol Hill Organized Protest.

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The entrance to the occupied East Precinct in CHOP/CHAZ in Seattle. It's covered with art calling for funding for Black communities, defunding the police, ACAB, BLM, and equality.

The sign for the Seattle Police Department has been partially…

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This is a photo of one of the barricades set up by the Seattle Department of Transportation after an agreement between some CHOP/CHAZ organizers and the city of Seattle. The agreement was controversial and contributed to the ultimate dismantling of…

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Painted mural with "Practice Radical Compassion" and "Defund SPD" in thin, yellow, block letters on a black background with red squiggly accents.

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U.S. flag draped, upside down, on plywood where the entrance to the East Precinct usually is. "Love + Rage BLM" is written across the stripes in black spray paint.

Quote in small print sharpie under the word "Rage." The Quote reads "'Do not let…

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A banner with tan text on black background stating:
"If I'm not for myself,
Then who is?
If I'm only for myself,
Then who am I?
If not me, who?
If not now, when?"

A piece of cardboard with "Black Lives Matter" written in white below it.…
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