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253 West 125th St., Harlem, 2009

Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Strong at Concord, Detroit, 2009

Tabernacle of Deliverance for All People, Frederick Douglass Boulevard at West 154th Street, Harlem, 2009

St. Aubin at Lafayette, Detroit, 2009

MLK Jr. mural at West Montana Street and Woodward Avenue, Highland Park, MI, 2009. A local artist said the mural was about "Three powerful men, three men that changed the world."

Gratiot Ave. by Fisher, artwork by Bird, 465 9942, Detroit, 2010

MLK, Jr., Barack Obama, and Malcolm X in a mural by Shyaan Khufu, Master Burger, 4423 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, California, 2010

MLK Jr., Malcolm X, and Barack Obama mural at Faith in Christ Ministries, 46th Street at S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, California, 2010

Sim's Barbershop, 47th Street at Champlain, Chicago, 2012

MLK, Jr. mural at Always Market, 3551 South Western Avenue, Los Angeles, 2012

Jumpstart Learning Center. Mrs. Lockhard, the center's director explained, "We love Obama here." The mural was commissioned for $150 from a folk artist living in Oak Park, Michigan. West Chicago Ave. at Birwood St., Detroit, 2012

MLK Jr. mural by Rahmaan, Kut-Zone Barbershop, 407 Kedzie Ave., Chicago, 2012

PS 140, Eagle Avenue at E. 163rd St., S. Bronx, 2013

Fair, 6541 Gratiot, Obama and Michelle; mural by Sam Phillips

Trayvon Martin mural by Sean Marshall; inspired by Shepard Fairey's Obama poster, Hamilton at Tuxedo, 2013

Graffiti, E. Forest, at Elmwood St., Detroit, 2014

9154 Livernois Ave., Detroit, 2014

Janine and a statue of Obama in front of Le Moda, a furniture store, 81 Market Street, Newark, 2016. The owner of the store learnt of the statues at a convention in Texas

Barack Obama, detail of mural painted by Wardell McClain, artist, Sponsored by Sims Barbershop, Champlain Ave. at 47th St., Chicago, 2016

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