Friday, November 25, 2011

"The Black Hills Are Not For Sale" mural goes up in L.A.

From Native American Netroots: On Saturday, Nov. 26, beginning at 1 p.m., there is an important event will take place at the intersection of Melrose and Fairfax in West Los Angeles. Harper's Magazine Contributing Editor and National Geographic photographer Aaron Hueyand prolific street artist of the Obama HOPE campaign image, Shepard Faireyhave collaborated and will produce a 20x80-foot mural THE BLACK HILLS ARE NOT FOR SALE installation before your eyes. It goes up during Native American Heritage Month. In case you didn't know: Part of the Black Hills are in Wyoming. That section has already been sold. (Artist's rendering above from nativeamericannetroots)

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