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Tamir Rice Gazebo Memorial reconstructed with help from Rebuild Foundation.

In a time when citizens are rethinking what constitutes a memorial that should remain standing, a mom saw the need for the site where her child was killed by an Ohio police officer to be defined as such.

Samaria Rice, mother of the late Tamir Rice, an Ohio preteen who was killed in a park gazebo by white police officer Timothy Loehmann in November 2014, was on site at the Stony Island Arts Bank last week to witness the reconstructed gazebo and rededicate it for care, public interaction and engagement as pertains to justice for Tamir and other black citizens who die at the hands of law enforcement. Written By Chicago Tribune.

Stony Island Art Bank
6760 S. Stony Island Ave.
Call (312) 857-5561

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