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Mosaic House, back - Bill Hicks Mosaic House, back

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Here's what we do. You know all that money we spend on nuclear weapons and defence every year? Instead, if we spent that money feeding and clothing the poor of the world, which it would pay for many times over, not one human being excluded ... not one ... we could as one race explore space, together, both inner and outer, for ever, in peace.
Bill Hicks, 1990.

Site: Mosaic House, back (5 memorials)

W4, Cunnington Street

The Angola Three arch is above the first floor window on the left. The Kenny ‘Zulu’ Whitmore flying eyeball is at the right below the 2nd floor window. The Luther King memorial is low on the boundary wall to the left. The Ramirez heart is to the upper right of the boundary wall. The Bill Hicks message runs along the top of the boundary wall - part of it can be seen in the photo of the Ramirez memorial.

The front of this house is even more ornately decorated. See there for more information. Also see Treatment Rooms 2.

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Mosaic House, back - Bill Hicks

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Bill Hicks

William Melvin Hicks was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satiri...

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Mosaic House, back - Bill Hicks

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Carrie Reichardt

Artist active in 2020 with a number of long-running projects, and involved in...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Mosaic House, back - Bill Hicks

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Mosaic House, back - Angola Three

Angola Three: Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox, King Wilkerson

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Mosaic House, back - Luis Ramirez

Luis Ramirez, 1963 - 2005. Keep the faith.

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Mosaic House, back - Martin Luther King

The ultimate tragedy is not the brutality of the bad people, but the silence ...

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