Roscoe Alive

Roscoe Alive

The mural is a portrait of Frank R Beckwith (1904-65).  He was an African American lawyer and civil rights activist. He was the first African American to run as a candidate for President of the United States in a major party primary. During his lifetime he became a successful attorney and civil rights activist.

Category: Mural
Location: Near Eastside

Medium type: Paint

Date created: 1993

Location

1650 E 25th St, Indianapolis, IN, 46218

PHOTOS

  • Image courtesy Ken Norris

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