I Can´t Breathe
Lenda dos Tripeiros

“I can´t Breathe” is a slogan associated with the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States. The phrase originates from the last words of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man who was killed in 2014 after being put in a chokehold by New York City Police. A number of other African-Americans, such as Javier Ambler, Manuel Ellis, Elijah McClain, and George Floyd, have said the same phrase prior to dying during law-enforcement encounters.[1][2] According to a 2020 report by the New York Times, the phrase has been used by over 70 people who died in police custody.

The phrase is now used in worldwide protest against police brutality in the United States and against the lack of police accountability due to qualified immunity.

Especificações

Dimensões: 30 x 40 cm
Epson Ultra-smooth Fine Art Paper ou qualidade equivalente.
Técnica: Digital

Paleta cromática
santo tirso-paleta

Vídeo promocional

+ Ilustrações
Matosinhos icon
valongo
ativismo_conveninencia icon

All works copyrights. Please do not reproduce without the expressed written consent - mirtilo.css framework

© 2020 - Pedro Brito - Arte, Design, Educação 
info[at]pedrobrito.eu - +351 91 735 20 23
made for you with