Berkeley’s newest mural, a three-year collaboration overseen by artist, educator and activist Edythe Boone, was unveiled on Ashby Avenue Saturday.
A group of South Berkeley residents hope a new mural will encompass the past, present and future of South Berkeley.
Edy Boone, whose nephew, Eric Garner, was killed by police, has for decades guided people in creating murals that tackle issues of racism, poverty, and violence against young people of color.
Edy Boone, about whom a film is being made: "She builds bridges between people who don't think they have a commonality" If you have lived in Berkeley for a while, you have probably crossed paths with Edythe Boone. A spry 74-year old with a quick laugh, Boone has worked as a counsellor and as a […]