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Homeless street artist brushes pain away one stroke at a time

[su_slider source=”media: 30737,30738,30739,30740,30741,30744,30742″ limit=”40″ link=”image” target=”blank” width=”700″ height=”460″ autoplay=”0″ speed=”500″][su_slider source=”media: 29856,29857″ limit=”30″ link=”image” target=”blank” width=”700″ height=”460″ autoplay=”0″ speed=”500″][su_menu][/su_slider] San Francisco’s Mission District is historically home to numerous murals and creative spaces, and artists—many of whom, like Javier Antonio Chab Dzul, live at the margins of society. Dzul—a Mexican-born homeless man of Mayan ancestry—uses the […]