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Because the Voice Called

JUURI; Ladies Who Paint Collective (2019)

This mural is a celebration of the late Jewish poet, Hannah Senesh. A national hero in Israel, Senesh parachuted into Europe to help anti-Nazi forces in 1943. She was captured and killed at the age of 23, but despite being tortured refused to reveal any details of her mission.

“To be able to hear the story of such a young girl that had such conviction to do something so dangerous, and then she never gave up information when she was captured, that’s my hero.” - Juuri

This mural was a feature of the Ladies Who Paint Mural Walk pop-up event; showcasing the talent of the local and international women artists who transformed the community with their work. Ladies Who Paint is a non-profit committed to highlighting the talent of women muralists across the country.

Category Public Art


F Street Between 14&15; 1414 F St
San Diego, CA

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