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Luciano Sagastume said he walks past the “Por Vida” mural on the exterior of Galeria de la Raza at 24th and Bryant streets in San Francisco every day, but the first time he saw it he stopped to take it in.
The mural, which depicts two queer couples on opposite ends of the wall-sized artwork with a transgender man in the middle, spoke to him.
“I had never seen a Latino trans man depicted before,” said Sagastume, a 28-year-old transgender Latino who lives just a few blocks from the gallery.
More than 150 members of the community — including politicians, artists, activists and religious leaders — rallied in the streets just outside the gallery Wednesday evening to support each other and send a message that the vandalism, which is being investigated as a hate crime, would not divide the Mission, especially coming on the heels of a joyous Pride weekend and the Supreme Court decision that gave federal recognition to same-sex marriage.
Three days after it went up, someone sprayed blue and red paint over the faces of the mural’s subjects, but gallery workers replaced the mural June 18 with a fresh print.
While the tenor of Wednesday’s rally had notes of sadness, fear and grief, the overall message was one of resolve and motivation to use the ugly incident to foster dialogue within the community.
“When I look through the layers,” Sagastume said, pointing to the original mural now exposed through the hole burned in its replacement.
The suspect in Monday’s arson is a male about 5 feet 9 and 160 pounds who wore a black sweatshirt, black pants, white tennis shoes and white gloves, with his face covered by a black cloth.
Authorities in Boston are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst this Fourth of July weekend amid warnings of the potential for ISIS-inspired terror attacks targeting law enforcement, members of the military and the U. S. government, an official said.
Doctors and researchers from Boston to Sydney are sounding the alarm on the potential risks of using wireless devices during pregnancy, calling for a closer look at technology they say could have serious long-term consequences for unborn babies. More than 100 signatures appear on the notice issued yesterday by The BabySafe Project, a joint initiative of two environmental health non-profit organizations, urging pregnant women to reduce their exposure to wireless radiation emitted by products like cellphones and Wi-Fi routers.
The effort to thaw relations between the U. S. and Cuba by opening embassies in each other’s capital cities was welcomed by one local expatriate, though nationally many were split. Noble Garcia, who owns the El Oriental De Cuba restaurant on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain, said he was happy about the move.“It is a wonderful thing.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s Tuttle Street neighbors are up in arms in the wake of an early-morning, anti-Olympics protest in front of his home by megaphone-wielding Black Lives Matter demonstrators.“If I had heard them, I would have come out with my big Rottweiler and just said, ‘What do you guys want?
An irate Mayor Martin J. Walsh blasted a 4 a.m. anti-Olympics protest by Black Lives Matter outside his Dorchester home as unproductive and an “infringement” on his neighbors, even as the group’s leader boasted it was “absolutely effective.”