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How George Floyd’s image became an icon for artists and helped communities mourn


Next week marks the anniversary of George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis. His death at the hands of police touched off global protests and a worldwide artistic response. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Minneapolis for our series, “Race matters: America After George Floyd,” and our ongoing arts and culture coverage, CANVAS.

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