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All politics is local

Here are a few more murals from around town. The first one was installed in April 2011 on a building owned by a DC Vote founder at 15th and U streets, NW.  DC Vote works to secure full voting representation in Congress for the District. The mural is simple with only two colors – black and white – but it certainly isn’t subtle.

This one was funded by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in collaboration with the Latin American Youth Center. It’s located at 3043 15th St. NW, at Irving Street. I love the bright colors and how everyone is showing off their food.

For other murals, check out these previous posts of street art in Adams Morgan, Eastern Market, and Woodley Park.

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