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'Chalkupy' display at Inner Harbor speaks about Gray, police

'Chalkupy' display at Inner Harbor speaks about Gray, police

Visitors at the Inner Harbor on Independence Day ahead of nighttime fireworks were greeted by a different kind of display: a 20 by 14 foot chalk installation on the sidewalk depicting three hooded sweat shirts — red, white, and blue — and the words "Depraved Dual-Justice" and "We can't breathe." "This is our declaration of independence today," said organizer Dana Holman, 54. The work was an installation of Chalkupy, an art movement that uses sidewalk chalk to make political statements. About 20 demonstrators – whose hands and clothes were covered in chalk markings – worked to create the piece Saturday afternoon. "It's...

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