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"Black Trans Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in bright various colors.

The mural was organized by Andersonville Chamber or Commerce and Ald. Andre Vasquez.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in various colors. The letters were outlined by Heart & Bone Signs and then painted by 18 different artists.

The mural is organized by Artists and Uptown United.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in blue on the pavement. In between the words, there are red stars.

William Calloway —a former candidate for Alderman of the 5th ward and Chicago community organizer, along with the Chicago community group, South…

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

With help from their coaches and approval from the city, the players spent July 3 painting “Black Lives Matter” in large yellow letters onto Dodge Avenue in front of their school. The…

Black Lives Matter is painted in various colors on the pavement of a parking lot. Each of the letters has a different design. Inside the letter "B" the word "love" is written in white paint.

Sholo Beverly, one of the artists, works in mixed…

Black Lives Matter is painted in various colors with stripes on the pavement. The stripes converge at the word "Lives."

Cullen Benson first proposed the idea on Facebook and collaborated with co-organizer Cortlyn Kelly and artist Franka Del Santo…

The words, "Stop Asian Hate" above a fearsome tiger surrounded by lotus flowers and green leaves.

On the side of a building on the street of 3473 S. Archer Ave., stands an iconic cat in Asian culture with pink cherry blossoms behind it. Next to the cat are two gold koi fish. Beside this cat is the word "Harmony." Above the art, "#stopasianhate"…

A Black person painted as a growing sunflower near a police vehicle.

"BLACK LIVES MATTER" written on a cardboard window covering.
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