Acceptance is key to living the life one has always desired. In a world of today, it is crucial younger generations accept who they are and are not in competition with one another. This message acknowledges the individuals that are proud to be who they are and are not ashamed to state it. It is a powerful statement that spreads positivity throughout the community and lets others know that they should never be ashamed of who they are and where they come.

Uploaded on 04.29.2020 by alexia.guerrero

Northeast / Tobin Park, (2010 - 2019), Art

  • mural
  • Juarez
  • Juan Gabriel

Photo taken in Juarez, Mexico circa 2015?

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