Placard reading "community control of police now" used at Baltimore protests

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This placard demands community control of the police and states that black lives matter. One side of the placard reads [community / control / of / POLICE! / NOW]. The word "community" is written in black; "control" is written in red and blue and in cursive; "police" is written in blue; "now" is written in black and red block letters and is underlined twice. The other side of the placard is white with black repeating text that reads [BLACK / LIVES / MATTER / BLACK / LIVES / MATTER]. The poster board used for this side of the placard is larger than the other side. The placard is torn and the bottom and worn from use. The bottom half of the wooden handle is covered in masking tape. Date: 2010s. Record ID: nmaahc_2016.59.13.

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