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Home » Newswire » Indigenous mural calling out white supremacy vandalized days after completion – CBC
by ahnationtalk on August 30, 2017134 Views
The mural was painted as part of ‘Unceded Voices,’ a showcase for street artists of colour
Aug 29, 2017
A mural in Saint-Henri denouncing white supremacy was vandalized, just days after its inauguration, with what community leaders say is a racist message.
The mural by Colombian-American artist Jessica Sabogal depicts an Indigenous woman holding up a sign in front of her eye that says “White supremacy is killing me.”
The mural was painted as part of ‘Unceded Voices,’ a showcase for street artists of colour, which was held from Aug. 13 to 21. It was to be featured in a tour of the street art on Saturday.
Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/indigenous-mural-calling-out-white-supremacy-vandalized-days-after-completion-1.4267811
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