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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.

There are photos of the Tuskegee Airmen accompanied by text reading "Black Lives World War II"; 54th…

BAU Student Governance Association posted a Black Lives Matter tarp on their building. Surrounding the "Black Lives Matter" writing are names of Black victims of police brutality.

"Tony," "George," "Breonna," and "Ahmaud" are written on the sidewalk. Each of these people are victims of police brutality.

Three signs are tied to a street sign pole. The first sign reads "Say Their Names." The second sign reads "They Matter" with images of victims of police brutality. Some of these images depict George Floyd, Philando Castile, and Michelle Shirley. The…

A poster depicts an image of a Black man named Tony McDade who died on May 27, 2020 as the result of a violent interaction with the police. Below his image, it reads "Rest In Power."

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A yellow poster board has an image of a young Black boy, Antwon Rose Jr., who was fatally shot by a police officer June 19, 2018. Written on the poster in block letters is "Antwon Rose Jr. No Justice No Peace."

A poster created with markers reads "Black Lives Matter." Underneath, is a Black Power Fist composed of the names of Black people killed by police brutality. Below, the Black Power Fist "Say Their Names" is written.

A cardboard sign on a metal fence depicts the John Lewis Bridge with people underneath it. Surrounding the image of the bridge is writing. Some of the writing includes "You Have To Tell The Whole Truth," "Things That Are Uncomfortable For Some…

This mural depicts 12 names of Black men who have been victims of police brutality in Minnesota. The names are written in white and have dates written next to them. In the middle of the names is a red paw.

Names have been spray painted in a street intersection, these names include Shaun Fuhr, murdered in April 2020 by Seattle police and Charleena Lyles, murdered by Seattle police April 18th, 2017. "Duwamish Land," "RIP," and "Abolish SPD" has also been…
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