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Martin Luther King Day of Service Mural

Jasmin Ventura, of Santa Ana, pauses before painting her next stroke. She joined about 200 volunteers who painted a mural on a Santa Ana wall in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Monday. Community volunteers joined together creating an artpiece entitled, “I Have A Dream." The 45-foot long wall is located near Raitt St. at Richland Ave. in Santa Ana. "We want to leave a legacy behind for generations," said Lauren Vihn, an AmeriCorps member. ///ADDITIONAL INFO //// Photo by: H. LORREN AU JR., THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER. MLKmural.0117.ots -- shot 1/16/12 -- ///

Martin Luther King (Day of Service) Mural

The Grain Project Public Art Department: Joey Linnert and KidWorks, 2012

This mural was painted by The Grain Project Public Art Department, Joey Linnert, KidWorks, and the neighborhood youth in Santa Ana. About 200 volunteers painted a mural on a wall in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The volunteers worked together throughout the day to create the “I Have A Dream” mural. The 45-foot-long wall is near Raitt Street at Richland Avenue in Santa Ana.

“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, ‘Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” said OneOC President and CEO Daniel J. McQuaid. “This is a time for people from all walks of life to work together to provide solutions to many of our pressing local and national problems.” Condition: good

Category: Mural
Location: Santa Ana

Date created: 2012

Dimensions: 45'


Raitt Street and Richland Avenue, Santa Ana, CA, 92704

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