Restoration Hardware in Seattle

Community members use sponges, brushes and grit to scrub graffiti from revered murals.

Dalya Perez’s 4-year-old son has learned the names of each Native American figure depicted in the murals on the sides of Wilson-Pacific School. There’s Chief Sitting Bull, Chief Seattle, Chief Joseph and Geronimo. Since Perez and her family moved to Seattle a year ago, they’ve gone to the school’s fields every day, where the 25-foot-tall portraits look out over the baskeball court. 

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