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"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in yellow, red, green, and black. Some of the letters have piano keys at the bottom. Piano keys and symbols of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum represent the…

"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in a variety of colors. The work represents consciousness, strength, unity and spirituality.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in a variety of colors on the pavement. Colors from Marcus Garvey’s Pan-African flag - green, black, and red - center around the meaning of Black Lives Matter.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted in a figurative, abstract style in various colors. Underneath, is a quote from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.: “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.” It is written in white.

"Black Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in yellow, red, black, white, and grey.

The mural is a tribute to Black people who have made a difference, including Kansas City mayors Emanuel Cleaver, Sly James, and Quinton Lucas.

Graffiti in an alley including text reading "B.L.M." and "PEACE" along with a Black Power fist and an image of a Black woman with natural hair and tears steaming down her face.
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