365 Days of Black History
  All in the Same Gang
  American Mosaic
  Diversity and Judaism
  Faces of Cardman Square
  Falcon Pride
Gate of CRLS
  Holocaust Project
  Honor Roll Mural
  Marcus Garvey Mural
  Weeping Devil






















Honor Roll Mural



The mural is about the history and people of the south end. The site was chosen because of its historical significance, the original site of the Cotton Club. It was known for some of the players that visited and played there, Dizzy Gillespie and Billy Holiday. From the roots of the American experience in the early 1900’s, the mural depicts a collage of historical figures, life long residents and the current day.

© 2008 Jameel Parker