The 800-pound granite stone portrays etchings representing the Pyramids of Giza, the Pyramids of Chichen Itza and wigwams, each representing the African American, Hispanic American, and Native American roots of this west side neighborhood.

The placement of the sculpture — on the grassy median at West Warren and West Grand — had additional significance: just steps away was the row house where Charles H. Wright first started the African American museum before it was moved to its current location on East Warren and Brush.


Todays Drum said...

Thanks Erin for recognizing and publishing the positive!

Erin Rose said...

you are very welcome! It is my pleasure!

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