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Digital Mural Project: Omid Rashidi
2/17/2005 - 4/19/2005

Numerous murals throughout the Mission District honor the legacy and work of the late farm worker leader, César Chávez. Galería’s billboard, designed by Omid Rashidi, continues this tradition and seeks to bring attention to Chávez’s principles of non-violent social change.

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Digital Mural Project: Omid Rashidi <2005>
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Digital Mural Project: Victor Cartagena <2005>
In Conversation with Ester Hernandez and Dolissa Medina <2005>
What's Not To Love? <2005>
Digital Mural Project: Victor Cartagena <2005>
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CURATORIAL STATEMENT Numerous murals throughout the Mission District honor the legacy and work of the late farm worker leader, César Chávez. Galería’s billboard, designed by Omid Rashidi, continues this tradition and seeks to bring attention to Chávez’s principles. As the second Bush term confirms its culture of war, we would like to acknowledge the timeliness of Chavez’s words to draw inspiration and encouragement from his life devotion to non-violent social change.