Valley Artists Collaborate to Create Black History Matters Mural at Carly’s Bistro in Downtown Phoenix

Aimee SmithFebruary 10, 2021
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A striking new mural has gone up on the side of Carly’s Bistro on Roosevelt Row in commemoration of Black History Month. The Black History Matters mural depicts, from left to right, Huey P. Newton, Malcolm X and Stokely Carmichael. It is part of the Black History Month Mural Project organized by Gizette Knight and Reality Dreams. As part of the project, 28 murals, each depicting three figures from black history, are being painted throughout Phoenix during the month of February.

Huey P. Newton by Lalo Cota

Malcolm X by Tato Caraveo

Stokely Carmichael by Volar

Check back here for more Black History murals later this month. Support local while soaking in the history by dining at Carly’s.

Carly’s Bistro
128 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix
602-262-2759, carlysbistro.com

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