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NYC - Brooklyn - Red Hook: Some Walls Are Invisible | by wallyg
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NYC - Brooklyn - Red Hook: Some Walls Are Invisible

Some Walls are Invisible, a mural on the wall at 162 Van Dyke Street in Red Hook, was part of the Groundswell Community Mural Project. Presented by the Red Hook Community Justice Center and Miles4Justice, and designed by artists Nicole Schulman and Chris Soria, the mural is part of the NY400 celebrations that mark 400 years of history between the Netherlands and the United States. It recognizes the histories of human rights and tolerance shared by New York City and Amsterdam and examines the ways that outward appearances create invisible walls in our society that stand as barriers to equality and justice.

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Taken on October 9, 2010