Student-Inspired ‘End Racism’ Mural on TCU Campus Calls for Action
TCU student Kellton Hollins is taking a stand to END RACISM and is inviting fellow Horned Frogs to join him.
Inspired by the “End Racism Now” mural painted on the Main Street of downtown Fort Worth in June, Hollins approached Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. on July 4 with the idea to create something similar on the TCU campus. Within hours, his request was approved. After further discussions with campus leaders and planning, the sidewalk in front of Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena, known to most TCU fans as “Frog Alley,” was selected as the mural site, with the goal of completing the project before the fall semester begins.
Hollins graduated from the Youth Advocacy & Educational Studies program and is currently a graduate student at TCU. He is a candidate for the The Wuerffel Trophy, an award presented to the FBS player who best combines exemplary community service with leadership achievement on and off the field. It is the premier major college football award that places the majority of its voting emphasis on community service. Hollins was a 2019 semifinalist for the Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award. Read more about Hollins volunteerism in Fort Worth and his hometown of New Orleans on GoFrogs.com.