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Two separate murals share space, creating a large mural panel. The first mural shows a black woman from the waist up with eyes clothes and hoop earrings. The background surrounding the woman is filled with blue and purple linework. The right side of…

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A large red and orange poppy has been painted on plywood panels. The center of the poppy reads "We Must Love Each Other and Support Each Other."

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Multiple plywood panels have been painted with multicolored triangles of red, pink, green, yellow, blue, light blue, purple, and orange. The text "Can't Forget The Kids" has been painted in white block painting with a child painted on either side of…

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A large 6 part plywood mural has been painted white. "Disconnect" has been painted in bubble letters on the left 3 panels. Surrounding this lettering, various symbols appear such as a TV with the word "lies" painted in the center, a needle, a virus…

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Black letters reading "South MPLS" on a blue dripping background.

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A private residence in South Minneapolis created a mural on their garage. This mural was painted using a yellow and orange radiating wash for the background. The black text reads “please please please I can’t breathe please man I can’t breathe,”…

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Several handwritten paper signs are taped in a window. One reads "Justice for George" and another reads "South Mpls Mourns George Floyd."

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The face and hands of a man are outlined and wearing handcuffs. "Love" is painted across his face and framed by his hands. On the left side of the plywood panel, "Every One Is The Same" is painted in red, orange, brown, and yellow. Circles are…

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A plywood panel on the door to the Seward Pharmacy has been painted yellow and reads "How many years has it taken for people to realize that we are all brothers + sisters and human beings in the human race." Under this quote the author is noted in…

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The text "It is Our Duty To Fight For Our Freedom It Is Our Duty To Win" has been painted over purple and blue circles on a plywood panel. Paint strokes radiate from the center with purple, yellow, and blue short strokes and longer blue strokes.
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