A mural painted by Judith F. Baca for the Topping Student Center at the University of Southern California. Commissioned by the University and dedicated on in 1996, it depicts a landscape taken from a photograph of the northern part of Los Angeles, with a river which changes to a freeway, which changes back to a river. The central image of the mural is a kiva (a ceremonial structure) and the earth goddess, painted in three poses: asleep, awakening, and militant. Included among the figures are several USC students who were involved in the creation of the mural, as well as David Alfaro Siqueiros and Diego Rivera.
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