Here are some of the painted panels outside of Malcolm X Elementary in South Berkeley. They tell the stories of communities who lived in this neighborhood for generations. The first one shows the social circles of the African American community and how they interconnect. One lower down tells the story of Japanese Americans in the neighborhood who were imprisoned during World War II and the final one features a local business that was passed down through family generations. Artists are Bonnie Burucki, Clayton Anderson, Yvonne Brown, Leif Aamot, and TheArthur White.