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Protest signs and posters on the Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence, located on the north side of Lafayette Park in Washington D.C.

Multiple posters read “Solidarity” “Silence is Compliance #Black Lives Matter” “Good Cops Dont [sic] Exist” “This is…

A mural on the side of a building reads "Courage" in red and yellow letters. A Black Power fist holds a peace sign in the letter "O." At the end of "Courage" "BLM!" is written in black. Behind "Courage" is a blue and green camouflage background.

A piece of plywood on the side of a building reads "We Remember the unknown
the undocumented Venus Xtravaganza
Monika Diamond Nina Pop Philando Castile
Melissa Ventura Raul Saavedra-Vargas Vinson Ramos
Tony McDade Joseph Finley …

Four pieces of plywood read "Welcome to the Revolution" in white paint. At the end of "Revolution" is a peace sign. Behind the phrase red, orange, yellow, and green background.

A mural on the side of a building depicts a blue heart with a black heart inside of it on a pink and yellow background. Underneath the heart, "Together" is written in black paint. The "O" of "Together" is a peace sign.

A plywood mural depicts a black-and-white painting of a male. To the right of the face, "RIP Tamir" and "Hope" are painted in red and orange. Three signatures are scattered throughout the mural.

A plywood mural on the side of a brick building portrays a white dog. Next to the dog, "Dismantle White Supremacy" and "BLM" are written in white paint.

"BLACK LIVES MATTER" is painted in yellow traffic paint on the pavement. It was immediately removed.

A monumental portrait of Richmond-based rapper and emcee, Radio Blitz, surrounded by the names of many individuals whose lives were lost to racial violence. Radio Blitz has his hands raised in the air and his gaze focuses upwards. The names are…
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