No Place For Hate Mural Created At Hills East
Chip Parker

Hills East celebrated being named by the ADL as a 2020-2021 No Place For Hate School with an idea proposed by senior Kaitlyn Jedreicich to paint a mural to help spread the program's important message of promoting diversity, inclusion and allyship.

 

Hills East celebrated being named by the ADL as a 2020-2021 No Place For Hate School with an idea proposed by senior Kaitlyn Jedreicich to paint a mural to help spread the program's important message of promoting diversity, inclusion and allyship.

 

The mural consists of a series of multi-colored male and female profiles that are connected to create a unified design that symbolizes solidarity, and was created by the National Art Honor Society. This mural will be a constant reminder to students that this community is inclusive, safe and open for all to use their voices.