Protest Art and Memorabilia from George Floyd Uprising on Display in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, Arizona – After the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, people from around the globe gathered at the site of his murder to leave behind signs, paintings, and poems as a way to memorialize him and protest against systemic racism. Now, for the first time outside of Minnesota, hundreds of these artifacts are on display at the Arizona State University Art Museum, offering viewers a chance to engage with the powerful protest art …

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Protest Art from George Floyd Uprising on Display in Phoenix Museum

Phoenix, Arizona – In the wake of George Floyd’s death, a powerful exhibit featuring hundreds of protest artifacts from Minneapolis has opened for the first time outside of Minnesota, giving viewers a chance to engage with the emotional art and mourn Floyd, along with other Black Americans killed by police. The exhibit, titled “Twin Flames: The George Floyd Uprising from Minneapolis to Phoenix,” showcases about 500 artifacts left at the intersection of 38th Street and …

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Art Exhibit Showcasing George Floyd Memorial Artifacts from Minneapolis Opens in Phoenix, Expands Worldwide Access

PHOENIX, Arizona – After George Floyd’s death in May 2020, people from around the world traveled to the site of his murder in Minneapolis to leave signs, paintings, and poems in his memory. Many of these artifacts are now on display for the first time outside of Minnesota, giving viewers the opportunity to engage with protest art and mourn Floyd, as well as other Black Americans killed by police. The exhibit named “Twin Flames: The …

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Miami Gardens Mourns 13-Year-Old George Harris Jr. After Tragic Shooting Incident

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – Family, friends, and community members came together on Wednesday night to honor and remember 13-year-old George Harris Jr., who tragically lost his life in a shooting incident. The gathering took place at Charles Hadley Park, where a mobile billboard displayed photos of Harris, reminding everyone of the young life that was taken too soon. According to investigators, the shooting occurred while Harris and others were playing video games inside a home …

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What Really Killed President George Washington? Experts Revisit Mysterious 1799 Illness

Mount Vernon, Virginia – On December 14, 1799, George Washington, the first President of the United States, passed away at his home after falling ill. At the time, the cause of death was a subject of speculation, with modern medical experts continuing to debate the reasons behind his sudden demise. Contemporary accounts indicate that Washington had been in good health just two days before his passing. However, after riding around his estate in unpleasant weather, …

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What Really Killed George Washington? Medical Experts Dissect His Mysterious Death

Mount Vernon, Virginia – George Washington’s death on December 14, 1799, after suffering a brief illness and losing about 40 percent of his blood remains a mystery that has intrigued medical experts for centuries. The former president’s last 21 hours, during which his health rapidly deteriorated, continues to baffle researchers who have attempted to pinpoint the exact cause of his demise. His personal physician and a group of doctors at the time treated him with …

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