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Young artists hit wall over Dudley St. mural

Say that T objection whitewashes past

A group of the artists — Malik Canty, Arnaldo Dossantos, Daishawn Riddick, Adriana Lobo, and Clarissa Beckham — sat with part of the mural in the background. A peace offering from the state may be too late. A group of the artists — Malik Canty, Arnaldo Dossantos, Daishawn Riddick, Adriana Lobo, and Clarissa Beckham — sat with part of the mural in the background. A peace offering from the state may be too late. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / August 21, 2009

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For weeks, a group of Boston youths in a summer jobs program has been researching and painting a mural celebrating the history of Dudley Street’s reclamation, a 25-year story of loss and resurrection in one of the city’s most neglected communities. (Full article: 893 words)

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