COLUMBUS, Ohio – A 100-foot mural of social justice in downtown Columbus was built Wednesday.

The mural includes 160 names of former social justice leaders from central Ohio and includes more than 50 terms or slogans related to the problems and causes of social justice.

The mural was built at Jeffrey Plaza in Washington’s Gladen Social Justice Park on East Broad Street and Cleveland Avenue.

Among the winners are Amas Lynch Sr., Mel Shatenstein, Dave Thomas and Dorothy Cromarty. To see the full list of people included in the mural and their contribution to social justice, click here.

The mural will be on display until 2023.

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