Eighth (8) of twelve (12) painted plywood panels from the Resurrection City mural that was created and displayed in the encampment on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. during the summer of 1968. On this panel is a variety of text painted in red, brown, yellow and black, including "BROTHER MAO", "BLACK!! OR WHAT", "Inkster", "Pax", "the MEEK shall inherit the EARTH when they stop BEING MEEK" and incomplete portions of the phrase "Black WOMEN!!!", "PUERTO RICO" and "Join the Black Liberation Front." This segment is from the lower center, fourth from the left.
This is a mural, comprised of twelve (12) painted plywood panels, that was created and displayed in the Resurrection City encampment on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. during the summer of 1968. The panels were installed together, four panels (4) horizontally across the top and eight (8) panels installed vertically on the bottom, to form a thirty-two (32) foot long wall. The boards were painted by Resurrection City activists with slogans, quotes and art. Painted text at the top of the panel reads: [Hunger's Wall: Tell It Like It Is].