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As an accompaniment to Death of a Farmworker an enclosed vegetable garden was built by the artists at the base of the mural. The sign mounted on the fence read: In memory of all the farm workers who have struggled for a better life - the artists. The garden and statue are no longer in situ. The top of the mural depicts a human hand, left, and an agricultural tool, right, both grabbing onto either teeth of a gear or the rays of the sun.
La Tierra es de Quien La Trabaja Con Sus Propias Manos. 1879-1919 E. Zapata (The land belongs to he who works it with his own hands. 1879-1919 E. Zapata)
Barrio Logan (San Diego, California)
Chicano Park (San Diego, California)
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