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Peterborough artist paints fist bump racial ‘respect’ mural

A street artist whose mural promoting racial unity gained global attention and was praised by rapper Ice T has created a second work representing “respect between all races”.
Nathan Murdoch painted two hands in the shape of a heart in Peterborough last year, but the image was widely shared after the death of George Floyd.
His new work, which he said shows “respect”, is two hands in a fist bump.
Mr Murdoch said he was “trying to use art to represent unity”.
Both pieces of work were commissioned by local charity Diaspora with the aim of using art to highlight anti-racism.
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