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Bay Area street artist Oree Originol honors the lives of unarmed people of color who’ve been killed by pasting their portraits onto building walls, store windows and telephone poles. Using the most iconic images of people like Mike Brown, Renisha McBridge and Eric Garner, Originol has been pasting the streets of Oakland in their memory since the Trayvon Martin case in 2012.

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