• Our grief is not a cry for war / Jim Costanzo


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  • Our grief is not a cry for war / Jim Costanzo
  • Costanzo, Jim, Artist. Our grief is not a cry for war / Jim Costanzo. New York, 2001. Photograph.

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Vergara, Camilo J, photographer. "You are Sacred," sign on the entrance to Little Skips coffee shop, a space that uplifts the voices that have been silenced for so many years.  The sign is surrounded by stickers with the names of Black people killed by the police. Myrtle Ave. at Charles Pl., Brooklyn. Brooklyn, New York. United States, 2020. July 7. Photograph.

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