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Mural style street art of a Black woman holding an anchor. The word "Hope" is repeated above her and a quote next to her reads "The light shines in the darkness & the darkness has not overcome it #KENOSHASTRONG".
A portrait of a Black Woman has been drawn using permanent marker with the words "Hands Off!" written beneath her. The name "Carrie Morgan" is written here as well, presumably the artist.
A mural on the exterior of the Springboard for the Arts building in St. Paul MN. A white background with purple letters reads: "But if you ask her to embrace you she would drop everything she was doing and hold you like you have never been held…
A mural on the Springboard for the Arts bulding in St. Paul. This mural has a blue, green, and yellow background. This mural's central figure is a black woman. She is featureless except for big hair and full lips. There are no words. The background…
Black woman with natural hair and a tattoo of the African continent on her arm. She is accompanied by text that reads "You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom."- Malcolm X
Black woman with three candles. She is in the ocean and has a seashell necklace around her neck, and is reminiscent of Yemanjá. Text reads "Peace Love and Protection".
Depiction of red roses with a POC holding a sign with a silhouette of the state of Minnesota and text reading "George Floyd", # We Need Justice.