On June 4th, 2015, just
12 hours before the Army Corps of
Engineers was set to destroy the Bicentennial Mural, a federal judge
issued an order stopping the destruction because of a pending lawsuit
filed by Corona resident Ron Kammeyer and the Mural Conservancy of Los
Angeles. However, the work is just beginning.
Volunteers, who have
tried to work with the Corps for years,
have now established the non profit "Bicentennial Freedom Mural
Conservancy" -- a volunteer organization set to pay legal costs,
restoration and future maintenance costs of the Bicentennial Mural.
We ask you please to
donate $5 - $10 - $20 or
more. Your donation is tax deductible, and even if you can only
donate $5, the sheer number of donations will inspire others.
Every donation of $100 or over qualifies you for a commemorative Prado
Dam Bicentennial Mural T-Shirt. With donations of $100 or more, each
additional T-shirt is $25. Please note on the review page you can
list the T-shirt sizes you want. Thank you for being part of this
cause that has united so many people!