Art installation at Fremont church honoring Black lives vandalized over weekend

The above photo shows an art installation honoring Black lives at a Fremont church which was vandalized over the holiday weekend, according to the church’s pastor. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Spencer) FREMONT — An art installation honoring Black lives at a Fremont church was vandalized over the holiday weekend, according to the church’s pastor.

The “Pray Their Names” installation at Niles Discovery Church in Fremont, conceived by Rev. Katie Morrison of Sonoma, features around 160 red hearts affixed to wooden posts, with names of Black people who have been killed in incidents of racial violence — many by police — written across each of them.

The installation also featured a larger heart, painted. . .

Source: www.mercurynews.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *