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Ahmaud Arbery honored with street sign in Georgia hometown

A street sign named after Ahmaud Arbery was unveiled in Brunswick, Georgia on Tuesday. (Credit: Screenshot - WJCL News/YouTube)
A street sign named after Ahmaud Arbery was unveiled in Brunswick, Georgia on Tuesday. (Credit: Screenshot – WJCL News/YouTube)

The city of Brunswick, near where Ahmaud Arbery was killed, honored his life with a street sign, which was unveiled during a ceremony on Tuesday.

Dozens of people attended the ceremony, including Arbery’s mother who spoke to the crowd.

Many cheered as Honorary Ahmaud Arbery Street was unveiled, followed by chants of “Say his name. Ahmaud Arbery.”

The community vowed to never forget Arbery’s death.

RELATED: Ahmaud Arbery’s killers sentenced to life in prison on federal hate crime charges

The unveiling happened just one day after the three White men involved in Arbery’s murder, convicted in February of federal hate crime charges, were sentenced. Gregory McMichael and his son Travis McMichael were sentenced to life in prison. Their neighbor, William “Roddie” Bryan was sentenced to 35 years.

More about the sign unveiling and case can be found here.

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