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ExhibitBe is project that turned unoccupied apartment buildings on the West Bank into an art installation containing multiple murals depicting a series of social justice leaders ranging from Harriet Tubman to the recently late George Carter. Unfortunately, this housing complex with this incredible artwork is going to be demolished soon for a sports center. For more information, this Nola.com article contains more information, including an interview the organizer of the exhibit, Brandon Odums.

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