Putting a new face on Dudley Square area

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More than 80 Boston artists, organized by Jeremy Alliger of Alliger Arts, spent time over the weekend sprucing up an overlooked parcel outside Dudley Square, turning it into the largest street display in the city. Cedric Douglas and Percy Fortini-Wright (above, from left) were two of the artists taking part in Mural Fest, contributing a portrait of civil rights activist Rosa Parks.

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