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Stickers seen on the back of a street sign

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This mural saluting restaurant workers during the COVID-19 epidemic is in an alley in the River North Arts District in downtown Denver, Colorado. The artist is Austin Zucchini-Fowler, who has created a number of murals around town.

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A sticker reading "Capitalism is the Virus" on a street sign.

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A simple, repeated stencil reading "I can't wait 2 hug u!"

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Two side by side iterations of the same text-based poster—one in German, one in English—center around the question "What to do in times of Corona?" The main body of the text enumerates threats caused by the pandemic, and articulates a set of demands,…

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A stencil painted in pink and blue reads "Mehr Lohn statt Lob," which translates to "Higher salaries instead of praise," a commentary on the precarious situation of essential workers in Germany.

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A stencil painted in pink reads "Support care revolution."

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A handmade t-shirt banner displayed at the window of a residential apartment declares solidarity with the "Leave no one behind" campaign, which advocates for the protection of those rendered most vulnerable to the threat of COVID, including refugees…

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A banner displayed on the fence of a squatted parcel in Berlin reads "#GrenzenTöten: Solidarität mit Geflüchteten, trotz Corona" which translates to "#BordersKill: Solidarity with Refugees, despite Corona"

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A small sticker, that can be found all over the Berlin neighborhood of Neukölln, asks "Will you still practice solidarity after tomorrow?," signed with the reminder to "Remember COVID-19."
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