I stand at the corner of 53rd and Lansdowne Avenue. Cars zip by on their way to the nearby gas station, crossing the busy intersection. Behind me stands a row of houses in an array of colors: red, beige, grey. With my back against the houses, I look ahead at a small patch of grass. There lies Dream, Diaspora, and Destiny: a mural installed on a 25 feet by 125 feet wall painted in blues, purples, and pinks.