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November 8, 1992 | LUCILLE RENWICK
With smooth, easy strokes, 13-year-old Hakimah Muhammad helped turn a charred wall of a riot-damaged building into hues of happiness and hope. Hakimah is one of a dozen young people who came together to paint a flower mural on the wall of 43rd Place Collateral Lenders, a pawnshop at 43rd Place and Crenshaw Boulevard. The mural is a project of Urban Pride, or U.P., a group formed after the April-May riots to help unite Los Angeles' ethnic communities.
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November 8, 1992 | LUCILLE RENWICK
With smooth, easy strokes, 13-year-old Hakimah Muhammad helped turn a charred wall of a riot-damaged building into hues of happiness and hope. Hakimah is one of a dozen young people who came together to paint a flower mural on the wall of 43rd Place Collateral Lenders, a pawnshop at 43rd Place and Crenshaw Boulevard. The mural is a project of Urban Pride, or U.P., a group formed after the April-May riots to help unite Los Angeles' ethnic communities.
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