Latinx artists from #creativesaftercurfew came together at A2Z Auto Sales on 429 West Lake Street to demonstrate their solidarity to the movement for racial justice. Their art translated solidarity by becoming a medium for highlighting our shared humanity. A traditional Mexican sacred heart holds George Floyd and his daughter, Gianna. Traditional color palettes and motifs such as the monarch butterflies which migrate from Mexico to Minnesota for the summer further speak to the connections that bind the city’s diverse communities. The question for us as designers is how can solidarity be translated in the design of the built environment?