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"WE ARE STILL HERE " mural at SF State University honors the First People, related issues.
Francisco Da Costa
The last permanent MURAL to adorn the walls of the Cesar Chavez Center saw light yesterday, November 20, 2009. Commissioned in October 2005 with great effort and sacrifices - this MURAL that means a lot to the First People, the American Indian Studies Department, connects the dots to the Alcatraz Movement, the very survival of the First People, Genocide, going through the FIRE so that the wishes of the GREAT SPIRIT may be fulfilled. Kudos of Jacqueline Mendez and the Native American Mural Committee for a job well done. Marc Nicely the primary artist and Larry Sallaway - the two artists should be proud of their inspiring, work.

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