Terrence Floyd, George Floyd’s brother, murdered by police officer, launches NFT collection for racial equality. These NFTs will showcase the desire for reform and the fight for justice everywhere, while raising charitable money. Overall, there are 9,000 NFTs in partnership with Confront Art at the Flow blockchain.
Significantly, those NFTs will be honoring Justice Day on April 15th. The NFTs have been unpinned and will be available on April 22nd through Mintnft.com
George Floyd’s NFT Collection continues the fight for racial equality and justice.
The murder of George Floyd shook the arena in 2020. His passing at the hands of an on-duty police officer highlighted the truth of racism in America and around the world. Mass protests sprang up internationally, and it seemed like there was once a real alternative.
After two years, there has been a slowdown in development and George Floyd’s brother, Terrence, continues to fight for police reform and justice. Now this new number of NFTs will help keep the battle alive within George Floyd’s identity.
†[Police reform] changes, but it’s not changing anytime soon,” said Terrence. “But it is changing. Nothing in physical form will change until you change your mindset.”
The NFTs themselves are an extension of the wider project through Confront Art, referred to as ‘SEEINJUSTICE’. This collection includes sculptures by George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, each murdered by police in 2020. The artwork collection through Chris Carnabuci additionally features outstanding civil rights activists, such as the overdue and kind Rep John Lewis.
The award raising through George Floyd’s brother from this NFT project will go to 3 implausible charities that focus on racial equality and justice. The Breonna Taylor Foundation, the John and Lillian Miles Lewis Foundation, and We Are Floyd Org†