Fremont High school and umma clinics
Fremont High school and umma clinics

Friday, December 20, 2013

Weber Community Center

5849 Crocker Street

Los Angeles, CA

Participating Artists:Omar Ramirez, Marcus Champion, Myriam Ayala, Vanessa Barmore, Eric Bartolo, Anexis Dolores, Dinora Flores, Omar Gallardo, Stephanie Gomez, Jesus Gopar, Karen Gutierrez, Deisi Hernandez, Ruby Hernandez, Emmanuel Hueramo, Estefania Labra, Miriam Lezama, Cittalli Lopez, Marlenny Martinez, Cindy Martinez, Jairo Mayen, Dulce Rosas, Adriana Sanchez, Nancy Santiago

Program Partners:LA Commons, UMMA Clinic and Wellness Center, Fremont High School, Building Healthy Communities South LA and The California Endowment

Project Support provided by: Silbana Lepe , Jackie Provost and Rosario Rico

Windows To Health

A Mural Project

As part of Building Healthy Communities South LA (BHC SoLA), over 650 community members shared their stories and visions of a healthy South LA with over 75 youth artists.  The youth artists met weekly for several months with artist mentors to design and create these “Windows to Health” that will be installed at local community centers and schools to signify the incredible things that can happen when communities work together towards a healthy South Los Angeles.  Youth artist Rodman Mejia notes “We want people to know that we are not just a bunch of young people who got together to paint, but that we are working for the health of our communities and want to send a message of hope to signify change for better health that our generation wants to be part of making in our community.”  Thank you to the artists, youth artists, BHC- SLA, and community members who brought this project to life.