South Grand artwork to be displayed at Missouri History Museum

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)  - The Missouri History Museum is recognizing the historic value of the artwork inspired by the events in Ferguson and in the Shaw neighborhood this year. The Missouri History Museum is set to display some of the beautiful works of art painted on the boards used to cover broken windows on South Grand and in Ferguson.

Natasha Bahrami from Cafe Natasha talked with FOX 2's John Pertzborn Friday morning about the success of the neighborhood's artistic effort.

Cafe Natasha is located at 3200 South Grand.

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