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Wall Continued from page 11 ated the original design for the mural, was one of the people who broke away from the group because Parish's mural was whitewashed. "It turned out to be very ugly," says Abernathy, whose husband, Billy Abernathy, had photographs on the mural. "I saw something changed before my very eyes. A lot of people don't realize that the media pictures that they see of the mural is not the original wall." Abernathy says she didn't even have any feelings for the altered mural after it was torn down.
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