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UMD AND BOWIE STATE'S UNITY MURAL IS ON DISPLAY AT THE STATE HOUSE

January 25, 2018 American Studies | College of Arts and Humanities

The mural was a collaboration between the schools after Richard Collins' death.

<p> Jillian Atelsek | <a href="http://www.dbknews.com/2018/01/26/richard-collins-maryland-umd-bowie-state-unity-mural/">The Diamondback</a></p><p> "A mural designed by University of Maryland and Bowie State University students is now on display at the Maryland State House in Annapolis.</p><p> "The painting, often called the "Unity Mural," was completed in the fall. It was meant to represent peace, justice and hope in the wake of the death of 2nd Lt. Richard Collins, who was fatally stabbed on this campus in May."</p><p> Read the complete article in <a href="http://www.dbknews.com/2018/01/26/richard-collins-maryland-umd-bowie-state-unity-mural/">The Diamondback</a>.</p><p> Photo: The 'unity mural,' which is currently at the State House in Annapolis, was a collaboration between the University of Maryland and Bowie State to symbolize peace and unity following the homicide of Richard Collins on Maryland's campus. (Tom Hausman/<a href="http://www.dbknews.com/2018/01/26/richard-collins-maryland-umd-bowie-state-unity-mural/">The Diamondback</a>)</p><p>  </p>