Trayvon Martin 10 Years Later: How Artworks Keep His Memory Alive
It has been a decade since the death of the 17-year-old sparked tremendous social change, but artistic images symbolize him and so much more
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Detail from a street mural connects racial injustice and the death of Trayvon Martin with narcotics enforcement in poorer parts of the city, in the East New York neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y.
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Activist Sybrina Fulton poses next to a collage of her son Trayvon Martin at the Manifest:Justice pop-up art space on May 6, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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A mural dedicated to (from left) George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Trayvon Martin and Ahmaud Arbery is located on the rear of the Power Circle Barbershop in Tampa, Fla.
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Image of Trayvon Martin projected over the statue of Confederate General Robert Lee in Richmond, Va.
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A mural of Trayvon Martin is seen on the side of a building in the Sandtown neighborhood of Baltimore
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