Spontaneous Shrines

"We who build shrines and construct public altars or parade with photographs of the deceased will not allow you to write off victims as regrettable statistics…They are, I believe, the voice of the people." –Jack Santino

The Shrines

This is a list of all of the spontaneous shrines I’ve covered on this blog.  Each shrine is linked to its blog post.  If you have any questions about a particular shrine, or have information about a shrine you’d like to share, feel free to contact me!

“A”, W. 109th St., Upper West Side, Manhattan, New York, USA

Scott Olsen, Occupy Oakland, Oakland, California, USA

Dan Wheldon, Indinanapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

World War I Veterans, Mojave National Preserve, Baker, California, USA

Steve Jobs, several locations [Apple stores], USA

William Daniel Rodriguez (ghost bike), Kent Avenue between S. 8th and S. 11th St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Seal Beach shooting victims, Seal Beach, California, USA

Amy Winehouse, North London, England, U.K.

September 11th memorials, online and DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Jamel Lewis [ghost bike, no longer there], W. 145th St. and Frederick Douglass, Hamilton Heights, New York, New York, USA

Juan Espinoza-Navarette [ghost bike, no longer there], W. 133rd St. and Amsterdam, Manhattanville, New York, New York, USA

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