From Harriet Tubman to Nelson Mandela and Angela Davis, UC San Diego's newest public artwork portrays more than two dozen historical figures and national leaders, as well as several UC San Diego alumni and professors.
Unveiled at the Price Center on Feb. 11, the Black Legacy Mural was created by San Diego artist Andrea Rushing to honor the contributions of black leaders throughout history and promote a sense of belonging among current and future students (Johnson, 2015).
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Johnson, E. (2015, February 19). UC San Diego unveils new black legacy mural. This Week @ UC San Diego. Retrieved from http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/feature/uc_san_diego_unveils_new_black_legacy_mural
Image: Wang, Kirk (Photographer). (2017, May 8). Mural [Photograph]. San Diego, CA: N.p.
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