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Extra-mural studies: why students should not look away from uncomfortable art

San Francisco
The case of George Washington high school in San Francisco is mirrored by
the covering of harsh images in Harlem. But such images must be seen

Michael Henry Adams
A mural at George Washington high school in San Francisco. Photograph:
Walter Thompson/The Guardian
Even urging a “truer history”, Paloma Flores, a member of California’s
Pitt River tribe, questions the validity of showing an image of a murdered
Native American. She’s disturbed by the message of a mural at George
Washington high school in San Francisco, where she works, that has been in
place for 84 years.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/may/26/san-francisco-george-
washington-murals-new-york-harlem-courthouse

2019-05-27T13:50:27+00:00