The future of a historic mural at George Washington High School sparked contention over its depiction of slavery and Native American genocide, which some argue is offensive and others consider
“We are still here,” reads the Native American mural at SF State in bold red paint. The mural, debuted in 2009, celebrated the indigenous culture embraced by many at SF
A path into hope and liberation is seen in the “Incarceration to Liberation” mural at SF State, debuting on Oct. 4.
A new mural, titled “Incarceration to Liberation,” will be debuting on Oct. 4 at 4 p.m. at the Cesar Chavez Student Center at SF State. This mural is a work