This mural highlights the legacy of legendary Indianapolis hair-care entrepreneur Madam CJ Walker. “When I first started the concept, I asked myself what Madam C.J. Walker meant to me, as a black woman born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana,” said the artist, Tasha Beckwith.
Beckwith designed the mural to show historical facts and images of Madam Walker’s legacy along with figures of contemporary Black women, inspiring them – and men and women of all backgrounds – to follow their
Medium type: Adhesive vinyl
Date created: February 2021
Dimensions: 11' x 75'
7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Dr, Indianapolis, IN
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