Mural

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Painting truth to power in San Francisco

There is a powerful witness to community and the struggle for migrant justice in the form of a massive mural in San Francisco. The 100 foot wide by 30 foot tall mural illustrates that undocumented youth all have dreams and that no human being is illegal.

Mother Son Mural

Windows and Mirrors Panel

Mother and Child mural developed by Guilford College students.

Dia de los Muertos exhibit

exhibit

AFSC's contribution to the Mission Cultural Center's Day of the Dead exhibit by Art Hazelwood and Juan Fuentes. The boots and names on the wall represent Latino Californians killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

migrant shelter mural

dignity of migrants

"The migrant is not a statistic.  He has a face and dignity," froma mural at a shelter for Central American migrants in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Hannah paints for peace

AFSC-NC interns Hannah Swenson and Layth Awartani put the finishing touches on an original mural panel for their Paint For Peace project, Spring 2010.

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