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“Our hearts are broken,” ABV Gallery says in a recent Instagram post accompanying photos of this new mural. “We are committed to listening, learning, growing and amplifying the voices of BIPOC artists, activists and people. We can all do better.” Work on this piece began last week.

ARTISTS: ABV team members and artists Tommy Bronx (@tommybronx) and Ash Hayner (@wolfdoglives).

STYLE: The mural is divided into blocks. Some contain images — raised fists, an alarm clock, a pierced heart. Another proclaims “No Justice / No Peace.” One painted upside down depicts a blindfolded woman holding the scales of justice.

LOCATION: The intersection of Irwin and Randolph streets in the Old Fourth Ward.

QUOTE: “As artists, creators, humans and community members, it is our responsibility to create work that fuels positive change and reflects this important time.” Look for ABV Gallery’s list of Black Lives Matter resources HERE.

ET CETERA: For more of the city’s creative street art, visit Atlanta Street Art Map. If you see a Black Lives Matter-themed work you think we should know about, please email kathy@artsatl.org.

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