Charlotte Kelly Bryant, the Blue Triangle Multi-Cultural Association’s founding president, stands in front of the John Biggers’ 1953 mural, Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education, at the association’s headquarters in Houston’s Third Ward. The mural was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

Charlotte Kelly Bryant, the Blue Triangle Multi-Cultural Association’s founding president, stands in front of the John Biggers’ 1953 mural, Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education, at the association’s headquarters in Houston’s Third Ward. The mural was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

Charlotte Kelly Bryant, the Blue Triangle Multi-Cultural Association's founding president, stands in front of the John Biggers' 1953 mural, Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education, at the association's headquarters in Houston's Third Ward. The mural was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

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From the article: Charlotte Kelly Bryant, the Blue Triangle Multi-Cultural Association’s founding president, stands in front of the John Biggers’ 1953 mural, Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education, at the association’s headquarters in Houston’s Third Ward. The mural was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

Charlotte Kelly Bryant, the Blue Triangle Multi-Cultural Association’s founding president, stands in front of the John Biggers’ 1953 mural, Contribution of Negro Women to American Life and Education, at the association’s headquarters in Houston’s Third Ward. The mural was damaged during Hurricane Harvey.

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