Redwood City Mural

Community members participate in a community paint day, helping to complete Redwood City's racial equity mural along the Jefferson underpass.

Redwood City will celebrate the unveiling of a new racial equity mural this Saturday, marking the compilation of a two-year project meant to signify the city’s commitment to racial equity.

“We are so thrilled to bring the community together and celebrate this new mural in our city,” said Arts Commission Vice Chair Ashley Quintana who also served on the city’s Racial Equity Mural Steering Committee. “This mural continues to support the commitment for an equitable Redwood City and the Arts Commission is so grateful for everyone who made this happen.”

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