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Unformatted text preview: La Casa De La Raza On the Sunday of November 28 2009, I had the opportunity to visit La Casa de La Raza, a local recreational facility in Santa Barbara, California. Upon entering La Casa de La Raza, I was greeted by an employee who showed me around the building. The inside of the building walls were covered by different murals and artwork which were created by numerous Chicano artists. A place where various creations of artworks are open to be viewed, I was excited to learn and observe the many different creations of famous artists from the past and present. As I love artwork of all different types, I was confident that I would enjoy every moment of my experience at this facility that has grown a reputation for its memorizing murals and artworks. One mural that struck me the most was one done by a man named Manuel Unzueta. Manuel Unzueta is a local Chicano artist whose murals can be seen all over Santa Barbara County. This specific mural is called Brotherhood. Brotherhood showed five hands all of County....
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