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"Black Trans Lives Matter" is painted on the pavement in the middle of an intersection in San Francisco's Tenderloin Neighborhood. This is the first officially recognized transgender cultural district in the world. The letters are painted in blue,…

"Housing Black" is painted in yellow on the pavement.

The mural was organized by Malik Seneferu with Code Tenderloin, St. Anthony’s, Larkin Street Youth Services, Hospitality House, District 6 Supervisor Matt Haney, Geoffrea Morris, and members…

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"Defund the Police Fund Black Lives" is painted in yellow on the pavement.

Black Lives Matter is painted in BLM yellow on the pavement. Each word is painted in bright yellow letters and spans almost the entire width of Fulton street

Mural, including portrait of George Floyd, remembering victims of police violence

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Graffiti reading "No More Chinese" in orange spray paint has been modified to flip the negative message around. With the addition of a human figure masking the word "no," the message has been changed to read "More Chinese."

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Graffiti reads “Death to the cops that killed Breonna Taylor. (You could’ve arrested them).” The A in Breonna is the anarchy symbol.

ACAB writing in blue spray paint with an exclamation point at the end.

Colorful portraits of Sean Monterrosa and George Floyd. Their names are written in stylistic blue script over their heads.

A portrait of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor on the side of the Tenderloin Museum.
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