Artist Malik Seneferu holds up his fist during the installation of a mural on Golden Gate Avenue in the Tenderloin that says "Housing Black" on Aug. 10, 2020.
Artist Malik Seneferu holds up his fist during the installation of a mural on Golden Gate Avenue in the Tenderloin that says "Housing Black" on Aug. 10, 2020. (Photo credit: Beth LaBerge/KQED)

Shipyard artist Malik Seneferu designs Tenderloin street mural promoting action on Black housing

Malik Seneferu is the creative force behind a new street mural on Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood. The message, “Housing Black,” calls attention to the problems of inadequate Black housing and homelessness. He also participated actively as community volunteers with paint rollers and brushes turned his designs into reality. His project drew media coverage from PBS station KQED and NBC Bay Area.

Seneferu has also completed similar projects this summer around the Bay Area.

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