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Spray paint on a crosswalk outside of the Brooklyn Center Police Department documented a week after Daunte Wright was killed. On this afternoon, protesters were just beginning to gather for an evening of protests outside of the police station.

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Street graffiti reading “Marcus David Peters” on Monument Avenue. Earlier protests in response to George Floyd's murder renamed the park around the Robert E Lee statue “Marcus Davis Peters Park” for a Black man killed by police in 2018.

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Street graffiti “Black boys can’t dream too busy living nightmares.” Spray painted on Monument Avenue sidewalk in front of graffiti-altered Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond, VA.

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Stenciled words in black paint read, "NYPD = Nazi Scum".

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Words stenciled in black paint on the pavement read, "It's Ok to be Black."

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On a sidewalk, the words "Say his name" and "George Floyd" are written in white spray paint.

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Words stenciled on the pavement in white paint read "Why is God white?"

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A Black power fist stencil painted in black on the pavement near an intersection.

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A quote from Genesis 4:10 painted on the street near the site where George Floyd was murdered. The quote, in large block letters, reads "The lord said what have you done your brothers blood cries out to me."
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