According to David Morgan (2017), the sacred is “anything that is reframed by ritual consecration or narrative or discursive transposition such that it produces social consequences for having done so. To touch or see or wear or eat the object is to enter into an embodied relation to something beyond it” (p.642). George Floyd’s memorial on 38th and Chicago extends to the street, where a circle of flowers captures the space’s sacrality, a circle of unity where citizens and the Police Chief Medaria Arradondo can pay their respects.