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NE mural

Mural Location: 1514 St. Joseph Boulevard

Theme:  Creating an Inclusive Community

Subjects:  Glynn Hines & Genevieve Meyer

Artist:  Benjamin Duke


Glynn Hines

Glynn Hines PortraitGlynn has fought for justice for underserved communities, with some critics at the table with him, and others, in the community that he has been fighting for. Some Judged him because they didn't understand the connection of layered barriers plauging the community and the lingering effects of systemic racismm and others didn't understand the opposition he faced while advocating for change and challenging old ways of thinking, but Glynn persevered paving the way for change and creating the space for other people of color locally to use thier voice and practice Civic Engagement.

To view Glynn Hines' nomination video click play below:


Genevieve Meyer

Genevieve Meyer PortraitWhile many people are aware of the dangers that child marriage presents abroad, few realize the dangers that child-marriage poses to youth right here in the United States. As a former child-bride, Genevieve Meyer is all too familiar with the plight facing young people across our nation, and has taken it upon herself to champion – and spread awareness about- the cause of ending child marriage in the state of Indiana and across our nation. As the founder of the Resiliency Foundation, Genevieve works to provide education and legislative training for organizations and support for victims of forced marriage and sexual violence.




Artist: Benjamin Duke

Benjamin DukeBenjamin Swallow Duke was born in Louisville, Kentucky and grew up in Utah. He studied Literature, Philosophy and Art at the University of Utah receiving his BFA in 2002. He received his Master of Fine Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore Hoffberger School of Painting, and has been teaching painting and drawing at Michigan State University since 2006.






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