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Diversity Over Division Mural Exhibit

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Fort Bend County Libraries, in collaboration with Diversity Over Division, is proud to present the Diversity Over Division Mural Exhibit.  Diversity Over Division is a collaboration between the Fort Bend County Judge’s Office, the Fort Bend County Libraries and UH at Sugar Land.  The Diversity Over Division Mural features the work of six international artists, under the direction of Houston artist Reginald Adams.  The pieces featured are inspired by the spoken word poem “Growing Tomorrow in a Field of Today” by Houston Poet Laureate Deborah D. E. E. P. Mouton.  They represent the richness of Fort Bend County and depict unity, diversity, and community.  The mural itself is installed on the east windows of UH at Sugar Land’s Brazos Hall, across from the University Branch Library.


The mural exhibit will be displayed at:

June – Sienna Branch Library

July – Missouri City Branch Library

August – George Memorial Library

September – Cinco Ranch Branch Library