Mia Hansford, left, and Thomas Perry work on the mural called "We Shall Not Be Moved" at the Mark Making Studio in North Chattanooga on Friday. The mural, which depicts the Chattanooga sit-in demonstrations of 1960, will be placed on the side of Champy's Chicken this summer. But some UTC students are upset that it will cover their mural of Chattanooga-born blues legend Bessie Smith.
Mia Hansford, left, and Thomas Perry work on the mural called "We Shall Not Be Moved" at the Mark Making Studio in North Chattanooga on Friday. The mural, which depicts the Chattanooga sit-in demonstrations of 1960, will be placed on the side of Champy's Chicken this summer. But some UTC students are upset that it will cover their mural of Chattanooga-born blues legend Bessie Smith.
Photo by John Rawlston .
published Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
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The good news is that a 17-foot-tall mural capturing the resilient spirit of Howard High School students who led the 1960 sit-ins will be on the wall at Champy's Chicken on M.L. King Boulevard next week.

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