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A mural of multiple hands enveloping Daunte Wright as he looks skyward. One arm is held aloft with an air freshener hanging from his finger. A halo of gold surrounds his head and a gold teardrop runs down his face. The words Beloved is written on the…

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"No Good Pigs!" and "Oink Oink" written on plywood boards on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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Various BLM and anti-police graffiti including a tribute to Daunte Wright. Located on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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Anti-police and BLM graffiti located on plywood boards covering a business located in a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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Murals on plywood boards covering a business. One mural is a world with red hearts. Another shows a figure next to a tree with butterflies reading "Let minorities live, love, laugh, and grow." Located on a strip mall across the street from the…

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"I Smell Bacon" with a piece of bacon below the words. Written on a business across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department. A fainter ACAB can be seen below the words in yellow paint.

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The Minneapolis skyline on a purple background on plywood boards. This is located on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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The word "Black" written on green painted plywood. Older graffiti, possibly reading "Abolish the Police" can be seen painted over. This is located on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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"We R Open" written on plywood. It is covering up a larger "ACAB" that was written previously. "KKKops get the wall" can be seen on the sidewalk. This is located on a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.

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Black Lives Matter, BLM, and ACAB graffiti as well as a mural on plywood boards. This is located in a strip mall across the street from the Brooklyn Center Police Department.
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