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Two large Black silhouettes face each other. The left silhouette has white block letters that read "Love Black girls even when they become women" and the right one reads "Love Black boys even when they become men."

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Orange text on plywood panels reads "Why do black lives matter after there gone?" accompanied by an image of a Black figure with long dreadlocks. The background is red and pink.

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A line of militarized police officers are painted on plywood panels. Donald Trump's face is on the head of each figure. The figures are holding riot shields that read "VIP" in one hand and small American flags in the other. Swirls of green and blue…

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Against a black background, an image of Angela Davis on plywood panel. Surrounding her is white text that reads "I'm no longer accepting the things I cannot change... I'm changing the things I cannot accept. If they come for me in the morning, they…

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A mural of George Floyd following his death done by Street Artist Fumero on the streets in SoHo, New York. The mural was painted in June, 2020 and includes words "RIP" "Black Lives Matter" and the artist tag "fumeroism".

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"Trans Black Lives Matter" with a heart has been painted on a wooden road block.

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Plywood panels on a store front are painted white, and adorned with two large power fists painted using stencils and black paint. BLM appears in block letters. This is tagged with red spray paint and additional text appears above.

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Two lined sheets of paper taped on a power box. On the upper piece of paper written in black ink, "PROTECT EACH OTHER." On the lower piece of paper written in black ink, "AMPLIFY BLACK TRANS VOICES."

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A Black soldier sits in the center of this mural behind a grey wash, his gaze penetrating the viewer. He wears a camo helmet with text saying, “war is hell.” The mural is split into two different times, 1970 (on the left) and 2020 (on the right). Red…

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Large, block, capital letters saying “Power to the People” dominate this mural. The letters of the word “people” also serve as a platform for four multi-racial figures to stand on, holding their right fist up in solidarity. The figures are wearing…
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