BHS Field Trip Reflection











I found this work inspiring because It talked about how Muslims started to use green paint in their neighborhoods to encourage change in their community. I found it surprising because painting their neighborhood really worked and the neighborhood became more peaceful the crime rate decline; they came together as a community and did not let people come into their neighborhood to do any kind of harm. I agree with the person that did the work, he said that he wishes the entire city came together to encourage things like this so that we could all have a safer city. After seeing this work, I was curious to know the significance of the color green in Islam and I found out that green is a symbol of nature and life in Islam and also it was supposedly Mohammed’s favorite color according to “Islamic Greenwashing” By Christopher Beam who wrote an article for Slate explaining the significance of the color green in Islam.

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