Fadumo’s Dream Getaway

Author: Cayni M. Fadumo will enter her senior year this September. Like most other seniors, Fadumo has been thinking a lot about her future and what she would like to do with her life. There’s a lot of pressure throughout your high school years, but even more in your senior year since you’re about to…

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Police Reform Title

Have you heard? There’s a new street mural in the West Seattle Junction, and DNDA had the honor of partnering on the project. The artist collective West Seattle Art for Social Justice, in their first community project, brought together nine gifted and intergenerational local artists of color to create a beautiful new Black Lives Matter mural in…

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Mansa Musa

Mujale Chisebuka Acrylic and oil pen on canvas 24×36 Website mujaleaxp@gmail.com This painting symbolized black excellence and wealth. It’s model after The King of Mali who is considered one of the wealthiest men in history. Like many other powerful black figures, stories like his were minimized in my educational experience and Black excellence was never…

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Heroes (Mixed Culture)

Mujale Chisebuka Acrylic on canvas 20×6 Website mujaleaxp@gmail.com Connecting Zambian culture with American culture. In the middle is a Zambian warrior mask and to the right and left are the masks of superheroes aka American warriors. This is a picture of putting aside difference and uniting for the greater good of humanity.

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The African Queen

Acrylic on canvas 36×24 Mujale Chisebuka mujaleaxp@gmail.com Black, Bold, Strong, Powerful, Rich… Beautiful, Image of Africa as the Queen she is.

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