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This mural expresses both pride in African American heritage and the strength that can be found in communities of color. The colors red, green, black, and yellow (or gold) are significant to many communities of African descent: for example, on the Jamaican flag they represent natural resources and beauty (green), the strength and creativity of the people (black), and the hope and promise of abundant sunlight (gold); red often represents blood spilled during periods of African
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2014
510 E 34th Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46205
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