Jamal Igle illustrates the fight for racial equality in a mural in Milwaukee

The mural “merges the historical and the present fight for racial equity and fair housing through peaceful protest and voter participation.”

Jamal Igle, who you would know from such comics as Molly Danger, The Wrong Earth and Black, has drawn the artwork for a mural that’s been put up on buildings in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area.

Igle created the mural in conjunction with the organization March For Our Lives WI, and it “merges the historical and the present fight for racial equity and fair housing through peaceful protest and voter participation,” Igle said on Twitter.

Milwaukee residents can see the mural on the side of Grove Gallery at 832 S. 5th St., and a smaller version on Company Brewing at 735 E. Center St. You can also see it below:

You can read more about the mural and the March for our Lives movement in this Milwaukee Journal Sentinal article.

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