The large scale Breonna Taylor/ Black Lives Matter Mural located in Chambers Park was created in Annapolis through the collaboration of Future History Now, Banneker-Douglass Museum, and the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture. COURTESY PHOTO/BANNEKER-DOUGLASS MUSEUM
Future History Now (FHN), in partnership with Banneker-Douglass Museum (BDM) and the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture (MCAAHC), collaborated with local youth on a 7000-square foot ground mural project depicting a portrait of Breonna Taylor and Black Lives Matter in Chambers Park in Annapolis.
The Banneker Douglas Museum provided supplies, promotional assistance, volunteers and historical documentation of the mural’s creation.
The mural is intended to be visible from space through satellite imagery as a form of peaceful, artistic means to
encourage an end to systemic racism.
The goal of the effort is for future leaders to experience this pivotal moment in history in an active and positive way through lasting art.
This community project was made possible by Greater Parole Community
Association, Chambers Park, City Of Annapolis, Mayor Gavin Buckley,
Annapolis Recs and Park Department, and generous community donations.