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A Brooklyn Public Art Installation Highlights Police Brutality

Large Emergency call boxes have been placed outside at 330 Ashland in downtown Brooklyn, New York, where 20-year-old victim testimony on police injustice plays on a loop inside the boxes with video and audio reports Hannah Kliger for CBS news. Bradley McCallum, the artist behind the original video and the newly installed temporary art exhibit, says he was inspired by protests ignited by victims of police brutality Amadou Diallo and Abner Luima. The exhibit was brought to life with the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership and the DUMBO Art Fund.

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