By Molly Glentzer – – Photo: Molly Glentzer | Houston Chronicle.

Photo: “The Rebirth of Our Nationality” as it looked Friday morning, May 4, 2018.

Under their small paintbrushes, “The Rebirth of Our Nationality” extended about 120 feet in either direction at 5900 Canal. Tanguma first painted the monster wall, one the largest canvases of the Chicano art movement, in the early 1970s, with the help of students from Texas Southern University and community volunteers, climbing 18 feet high on rickety ladders and scaffolds.

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