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A black plywood panel in front of the Museum of Ice Cream. The board is painted with the names of sixteen Black people who have been killed due to racist violent acts: George Floyd, Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Breonna Taylor, Jordan Edwards, Tamir…

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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 young boy looks up towards the sky with large text behind him reading "Stop Asian Hate." The boy is wearing miscellaneous military gear with "Coexist" and "Be the Change" written on him.

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Stop Asian Hate in large bubble letters under construction scaffolding

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A spontaneous memorial in New York City's Washington Square Park consisting of fresh flowers, candles, images of Daunte wright, Breonna Taylor, and a sing reading Justice 4 Daunte Wright! Justice 4 Adam Toledo!

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RIP Daunte Wright written in sharpie on a locked utility door in the subway station.

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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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On a background of green, a picture of poet and musician Gil Scott-Heron is painted; the picture of him comes from his album cover for Pieces of a Man. Over the top of his portrait, white text reads, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". Next to…
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