Mental Health Mural Unveiled In Mount Hope

The vibrant mural greeted residents at the bottom of the East 176th street corridor stairs.
Photo by Edward Watkins

The NYC Health Department celebrated the completion of the NYC Mural Arts Project’s second health mural on Wednesday, August 1 at the East 176th Street corridor between Jerome Avenue and Davidson Avenue in Mount Hope. The mural, created by muralist Jon Souza and Community Access members, is part of the city’s effort to raise mental health awareness and reduce stigma by building social and neighborhood cohesion. (insert) The larger-than-life mural was a sight to behold at the unveiling ceremony. Photos by Edward Watkins

The larger-than-life mural was a sight to behold at the unveiling ceremony.
Photo by Edward Watkins

Senator Gustavo Rivera (back, c) Councilwoman Vanessa Gisbon (front, c) joined others in cutting the ribbon for the insightful mural.
Photo by Edward Watkins

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