Durham, NH Post Office Painting Called Demeaning

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — For decades, a colorful mural of New Hampshire‘s earliest settlers hauling logs, frolicking through the snow and walking through town has greeted visitors at a post office in the state.

But one image on the 16-panel artwork of a Native American posing menacingly with a settler’s house in the distance — and the words “Cruel Adversity” below it — has sparked controversy in Durham, a mostly white and affluent town that is home to the University of New Hampshire. There are no other images of Native Americans on the mural. | More…

| US News

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