Black Lives Matter Graffiti
200 South 6th St #145, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Various graffiti and messages on plywood boards (painted black) outside U.S. Bank Plaza. They read "Prayers for: (add your own)," "All love," "Life," "God loves babies!" "Justice for Duante Wright"(sic), "You get your justice in your ass, Derek! Stillwater here you come!" "Change starts with the [heart]," "No justice no peace," "Heal our community," "Lord, make us instruments of your peace by way of justice," "Justice for Daunte," "Say His Name: George Floyd," "Minnesota 'Nice' Killed George Floyd," "It starts here," "The color of my skin is not a weapon!" "Abolish not reform," "You did more to protect this building than you did George Floyd!" and "Black power."
During the trial of Derek Chauvin. This photo was taken one day before the verdict in the case was given.
Photographer: Rebekah Coffman
Urban Art Mapping Research Project