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Which MLK memorial do Globe readers want to see on Boston Common?

Each of these memorials, in its own way, would significantly shift the look and feel of Boston Common and would cap the long debate over how to best honor the Kings’ legacy in the city where they met.

Read the story behind all the proposals.

Here’s how Globe readers voted in a non-scientific online poll:

Winner: “The Embrace” with 36 percent of the vote

Hank Willis Thomas rendering
“The Embrace”

Second place: “Boston’s King Memorial” with 30 perecnt of the vote

Adjaye Pendelton rendering
“Boston’s King Memorial”

Third place: “The Ripple Effects” with 14.8 percent of the vote

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“The Ripple Effects”

Fourth place: “Avenue of Peace” with 14.5 percent of the vote

Yinka Shonibare rendering
“Avenue of Peace”

Fifth place: “Empty Pulpit” with 4 percent of the vote

Barbara Chase-Riboud rendering
“Empty Pulpit”