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  • Tags: Washington D.C.

Colored ribbon that reads "Ban Stop + Frisk" is interwoven on a fence.

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.

A poster depicts two Black hands up. Around the hands are the words "Hands Up Dont Shoot." "Shoot" is written in black, while "Hands Up Dont" is written in red.

A political message is written in the street in yellow, blue, and green paint. The message reads "Mayor Bowser Is Proposing A Budget Which Would Fund A New Jail, Give $20 More To Cops, Cut Most Social Programs. Email Judiciary@DCCouncil. US By June…

A poster depicts a drawing of a Black female with hoop earrings. Behind her, is a halo that is made by the words "Black Trans Lives Matter."

A poster on a fence depicts an image of the Black woman, Ida Lee Delaney, who died on October 31, 1989. Underneath her image is a description of the events that led to her death and the steps that were taken after her death.

A yellow poster is affixed to a fence with a zip tie. It reads "Say Her Name Tiffany Mofield #BLM."

A cardboard sign reads "Geroge Floyd!! Say His Name."

A plywood mural depicts a Black man holding a water bottle. To the right is written "Black Lives Matter To A Medic."

A blue poster depicts an image of a Black woman, Bettie Jones, who was fatally shot by police and died on December 26, 2015. Above her image, it reads "#SayHerName."
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