About the Project
We Did That is a mural celebrating and thanking the resilient organizers of Philadelphia for their consistent dedication to improving the community at large. This mural is about showing up for the community. It’s about rallying together, raising funds for mutual aid efforts, hope and, above all, community care. It’s about organizing to be more unified, staying informed, and exercising our right to vote. This mural is here to honor the Black and Brown organizers who have been at the forefront of critical elections and movements throughout the history of Philadelphia.
This mural depicts Rasheed Ajamu (Phreedom Jawn), Letisha Golafaie, Samantha Rise Roberson, Nikki Grant, and Nelini Stamp, whose efforts we admire. It stands for the hundreds and thousands more in Philly that also continue to push for a better, more equitable city and world.
City of Philadelphia
Conrad Benner, StreetsDept