Heather Freitas Unveils New Women’s History Mural

Aimee SmithMarch 8, 2021
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March is Women’s History Month. To kick it off, Heather Freitas has created a new mural at the Roosevelt/Central Avenue light rail station. The mural features, from left to right: Josefina Carrascoso Franco, President of the Mexican Blue Cross, Frida Kahlo, artist, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court justice, a self-portrait of the artist, Heather Freitas, and Rosa Parks, civil rights activist. The mural is part of Valley Metro’s Artsline program.

Photo by Aimee Smith

Go by today to check out this colorful celebration of women and to celebrate the woman who created it.

Photo by Aimee Smith

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