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In a compromise that reflects a broad divide, the San Francisco Board of Education narrowly voted to cover a controversial mural at a high school but not destroy it

The San Francisco Board of Education voted to conceal, but not destroy, a series of Depression-era school murals that some considered offensive to Native Americans and African-Americans

Facing international outcry about destroying art-- the San Francisco Board of Education reversed course Tuesday night on a controversial mural at Washington High School.

The public got what may be a final look at the controversial "Life of Washington" mural this week. In June, San Francisco's Board of Education voted to paint over the WPA mural by Victor Arnautoff. Story: 🎨 : @MarkFiore 

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The public got what may be a final look at the controversial "Life of Washington" mural this week. In June, San Francisco's Board of Education voted to paint over the WPA mural by Victor Arnautoff. Story: 🎨: @MarkFiore 

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The San Francisco Board of Education unanimously voted to have a high school to paint over a mural of George Washington after they determined the mural contained "violent imagery" and was "degrading." It will cost $600k to paint over it.

The murals will either be painted over or covered with panels, said the president of the San Francisco Board of Education

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The San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously to cover a series of murals at George Washington High School that includes images of a dead Native American and slaves at work

The San Francisco Board of Education unanimously voted to have a high school to paint over a mural of George Washington after they determined the mural contained "violent imagery" and was "degrading." It will cost $600k to paint over it.

Meet , the 27-year-old trans woman running for the San Francisco Board of Education in her fight to make schools safer for minority students. #CrashTheParty 

San Francisco is now allowing NON-CITIZENS to vote in local school elections. What’s next …national elections??? The city’s board of education commissioner defends the new rule, but I set the record straight, watch:

Meet , the 27-year-old trans woman running for the San Francisco Board of Education in her fight to make schools safer for minority students. #CrashTheParty 

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