The area is filled with ways to memorialize the life of George Floyd and other victims of police brutality. Visitors will find several tribute spaces signified by sculptures, murals, and paintings.
Two murals reside at the memorial site. The most recognizable being a blue and yellow tribute mural created by a group of community artists, Cadex Herrera, Greta McLain, and Xena Goldman. It can be found on the side of the Cup Foods grocery store building. The second mural named, "Icon of a Revolution" depicts a black and white portrait of George Floyd, created by artist Peyton Scott Russell.
Found at the center of the 38th and Chicago intersection, this raised fist sculpture is surrounded by an array of colorful flowers, photos of George Floyd and handmade signs from the community.
Say Their Names Cemetery
Created by Anna Barber and Connor White, this symbolic neighborhood cemetery displays headstones with the names of 100 Black people who lost their lives at the hands of the police. It is located on 37th Street and Park Avenue South.