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Springfield’s Hattie Moseley Mural

When Hattie Moseley arrived in Springfield, Ohio, from Georgia in 1922, she walked right into one of the most tumultuous times in the history of the city, marred by bigotry and an active KKK. Remembered as “a nice lady, a church-going lady,” though “firm…very firm,” when it came to civil rights, she persisted and never gave up. A new mural by artist Gaia honors her lifetime as an “activist thoroughbred.”