Bronze Memorial: Police Reflections of July 7th
On July 7, 2016, the United States suffered the greatest loss of law enforcement life since the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack in New York City. In Dallas, Texas, five police officers were shot and killed in an act of domestic terrorism. As the painful impact of the tragedy rippled across the nation, thousands mourned the loss of the officers. Many first-responders described reconciling the overwhelming impact of the grief by going home and embracing their own families. This statue is intended to capture that moment in time when nothing mattered but family.
The statue's iconic size (13 feet) is intended to signify the momentous impact of the July 7th tragedy on the nation and its bronze coating is reflective of the unbreakable will of the American people.
The statue will be a lasting memorial in honor of all fallen officers and first-responders across the nation.
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