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Engelbreit Print Raises $15,000 For Michael Brown Fund

(St. Louis, MO) -- In just two days, artist Mary Engelbreit is already reporting a print she's released has raised 15-thousand dollars to benefit the Michael Brown Memorial Fund. The St. Louis native who has built and empire on her greeting card and children's book illustrations started selling the print Wednesday morning. It features a crying mother holding a child with his hands up, looking at a newspaper with a headline reading "Hands Up! Don't Shoot." The print sells for 50 dollars.

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