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Mural Location: 310 W. Berry Street

Theme:  Equal Opportunity

Subjects:  Harriet A. Miller and Monica Wehrle

Artist:  Lyndy Bazile

Harriet A. Miller and Monica Wehrle


Harriet Miller and Monica Wehrle were instrumental in the formation and execution of three social justice efforts for Fort Wayne: the establishment of the Women’s Bureau in 1977, the creation of Run Jane Run – a multisport event for adult amateur female athletes- and their participation in the 2014 ACLU lawsuit advocating for marriage equality in Indiana.. All three success have made life better for women and the LGBT community. They continue to support women’s equality and LGBT civil rights at the local and national levels.


To view a video of Harriet Miller and Monica Wehrle discussing thier story click play below:


 Artist: Lyndy Bazile

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Lyndy Bazile began her painting career in 2018 and is now a full-time artist at Studio Vwazen. Through her work, she aims to support historically marginalized communities by creating art that celebrates multiplicity and evokes pride in diverse identities. Lyndy also utilizes her studio time to connect with her Haitian ancestry and to strengthen her spiritual practice.





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