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Black Lives Matter: The Signs Behind the Windows

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Black Lives Matter: The Signs Behind the Windows

Black Lives Matter: The Signs Behind the Windows

After the death of George Floyd, Stacey Buckner knew she needed to take action in her community."How could I not get involved?" Buckner said.

"I started going to protests, rallies, signing petitions, and doing everything I could online, and then I thought I should make window signs." She eventually went to Facebook, letting her neighbors know that she'd make them signs to put in their windows or use during protests."I got a great response, a little overwhelming even.

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