School board votes against destroying disputed murals

School board votes against destroying disputed murals

San Francisco’s school board voted Tuesday not to destroy a mural depicting slavery, a murdered Native American and George Washington. The school board had voted in June to paint over the mural but after public outcry, it amended the decision. The board president said it was important to acknowledge ’racism, discrimination, and the dehumanizing of people of color and women’ in American history.

KCooper
KCooper
LittlePrints
LittlePrints 1 year

This is great to hear that they got their heads out of their butts. It is art that shows our history. It is not racist in any way. To "paint over it" is to say it didn't happen.

Asura Bomb
Asura Bomb 1 year

Good. Stop being so goddamn sensitive and acknowledge this shit happened.

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