A memorial set up for Michael Brown is seen in Ferguson, Mo., on Oct. 10, 2014.
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Michael Brown art exhibit opens in Chicago

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In Chicago, a new art exhibit has opened that has lots of people raising eyebrows.

It’s an exhibit by a white woman from New Orleans who says that she wants to show the cost of white privilege. The exhibit includes a life-sized portrayal of Michael Brown after he was killed in Ferguson, complete with police tape.

There is also a black statue of liberty and a noose hanging from a neon sign.

There is a plaque as well that references Eric Garner with the words “I Can’t Breathe.”

Although some people question whether or not the exhibit is in good taste, a member of the Brown family has already praised it.

This story originally appeared on TheGrio.com

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Michael Brown art exhibit opens in Chicago

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