By DAVID LINDEMANN The cover of the September issue of The New Yorker, titled “The Last Day of the City,” shows a mural painted by a woman named Aya on a sidewalk near the Grand Concourse.
The article is the first in a series called “The Other Side of the Story,” which examines how artists and urbanists are reimagining our citys history in a way that celebrates and empowers.
In this issue, titled The Last Day, the author takes a look at the murals painted on the sidewalks and subway cars of Brooklyn, New York, in honor of the last day of the city.
Aya, a Turkish immigrant who works as a street artist in the city, painted a mural on the wall of her home that reads, “Yesterday, my mom died.”
Aya is the mother of one of the most important people in the story, a woman who has been an integral part of our city’s history and is one of our most important symbols.
When she died in 2009, Aya was at the center of an unprecedented, and ultimately violent, uprising that lasted for three years.
The mural, which is on the third floor of her house, features the slogan “My Mom is Alive,” written in a black marker.
“I’m a Muslim and I’m a proud woman,” she says.
“So it’s important for me to keep my heritage alive, and the message is to continue living my own life and to not be afraid of what others think.”
Aiya’s mural is part of a growing movement that is drawing attention to the violence that is plaguing our city.
The New York City Council voted unanimously in 2015 to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from a park in Lower Manhattan.
Earlier this year, the NYPD removed a statue in Central Park that was modeled on the iconic photograph of the Civil War veteran.
These two statues were part of an ongoing effort to re-brand the citys image as one that is inclusive, inclusive of people of color, and more welcoming to immigrants, refugees, and those living in poverty.
A new movement is emerging in the City to reclaim the history and culture of New York.
This month, New Yorkers gathered in the Central Park park to paint a memorial to the dead.
The movement started with graffiti artists who began tagging their work in May of this year with a hashtag, #saveourcity.
The hashtag is a way for people to get involved in the process, and in some cases, to donate money or artwork to help fund the mural project.
The art project was called “Tak-a-tak,” a term coined by graffiti artist and former Occupy Wall Street activist, Tanisha Green.
The idea behind it is to draw attention to a mural that has been damaged in recent weeks.
It’s been vandalized with the words, “No justice, no peace, no one’s safe,” written across it.
The graffiti was discovered by the New York Times, and a team of people from the National Park Service and other organizations have been working on the project for weeks.
The effort started with the hashtag #save our city, but it quickly spread across the city and into Central Park, where people started tagging their works in May with the #savetak hashtag.
This past weekend, a group of about 40 people, including a photographer, painter, and stencil artist, began tagging the mural and painting on it in order to bring attention to its destruction.
“We’re taking a stand for the history of the Bronx and New York and our history in the United States,” said New York artist Tanishah Green.
“This is not just about a one-time event, but we are taking this issue of the mural as a global issue.
We are taking a global stand and saying that we will not be silenced, we will stand up and speak out, we’ll stand up to protect our history and our people.”
In the past year, there have been two high-profile incidents in New York involving vandalism and vandalism of murals and art.
In January, a mural by street artist Banksy, called “Vulgar Landscapes,” was vandalized by two men in Queens.
They sprayed graffiti across the mural, including the words “Pussy Riot” and “Fascists,” on the mural.
In May, a similar mural by graffiti artists, called Banksy in Brooklyn, was vandalised with the word “Vandal,” written on the side of it.
In both cases, the graffiti was left behind.
“What is happening in the Bronx, we have been saying for years,” said Tanishaha Green.
Banksy was arrested in 2016 and has since been released from jail.
Banksers murals, which are usually found in public spaces, are often spray painted and then defaced with messages like “Vultures,” “Hands off the mural,”