By: KDKA-TV News Staff:
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A massive new mural has gone up on the side of a Penn Avenue building in the Strip District.READ MORE: Lawsuit Places Blame For 2 Coronavirus Cases On Washington County Home Health Care Company
It the latest in the Pittsburgh Solidarity for Change Project — a 10 mural series aimed at bringing awareness to ending gun violence and racism.
The artists who created the mural say they hope it’s inspirational.READ MORE: City Of Pittsburgh Gets $4M In Transportation Funds From State
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“The whole design is about unity, people coming together from everywhere around the world. It shows that if you work on yourself individually, we can always come together and overcome all the problems we have,” said Sara Butra-Coleman.MORE NEWS: Around The Table: Party Leaders Looking Ahead To 2024
They’ve painted similar murals around the city, including the one of the late civil rights icon John Lewis. That mural is located Uptown.