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Digital image of young girl at Baltimore, Maryland City Hall rally holding a handwritten poster that reads: [Blck [sic] Lives Matters]. The first letter in the first two words, "B" and "L" as well as the "S" in the last word are colored in. There is an upside-down peace symbol at top right corner of the poster and heart-shape at top left. The bottom edge of the poster has some tearing. The girl holds the poster above her head and is wearing a shirt with studs on it. There are other people and posters that are visible in the background.
This protest poster calls for solidarity and an end to police brutality. The placard consists of yellow paper stapled to several pieces of paper and poster boards. Newspaper clippings are glued on top of the yellow paper and read [Ferguson], [Fight for system change!], [Michael Brown], [capitalism], [police brutality], ['We know who is to blame']. Pictures of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin are also glued to the paper. The word [SOLIDARITY] is handwritten on a peice of white paper that is glued at the bottom of the poster.
This placard states that Baltimore's youth are not thugs and demands justice for Freddie Gray. One side of the placard consists of green paper stapled to white poster board. The black text is typed and reads [Baltimore's / YOUTH ARE / NOT THUGS, / Amnesty 4 / ARRESTS / PEOPLES POWER ASSEMBLY / 443-221-3775]. The other side of the placard consists of white paper stapled to a white poster board. An image of Gray in a red t- shirt covers the entire placard. Printed text at the bottom half of reads [JUSTICE / FOR / FREDDIE GREY / Peoples Power Assembly / 443.221.3775 / Labor donated / -15/1/15].
The paper is weather worn and the corners are bent. The entire wooden handle is covered in masking tape. This placard was used during the Freddie Gray protests in Baltimore, Maryland.
This placard demands indictment for the 6 police officers involved in the death of Freddie Gray and jobs and education for youth. The placard consists of two yellow peices of paper stapled to a white poster board. The text is typed in black letters that read [INDICT / CONVICT / JAIL! / the 6 police / People's Power Assembly / 443-221-3775]. There is a large tear to the right of the word "police." The other side of the placard reads [Jobs & Education / NOT / YOUTH / JAILS! / People's Power Assembly / 443- 221-3775]. The four corners of the placard are held together with clear tape and the wooden handle is partially covered with masking tape.