With participation from community members throughout the St. Croix River Valley, artists will be working during September and October to create a multi-panel mural to be displayed in downtown Hudson that will serve as a visual reminder of the active and ongoing commitment needed to create change for racial equality and social justice. The name of the project refers to the fact that Hudson is 30.1 miles from the place where George Floyd was murdered, a site that has become the epicenter of social change in this country and across the world. However, the imagery and overarching theme of the mural project will reflect the broader theme that, in nature, diversity is strength and, as is true with the natural environment, diversity is necessary to create thriving cultural communities. The project lead is Hudson artist and educator Liz Malanaphy and advising on the project are artists and community organizers Ta-coumba T. Aiken and Moira Villiard. Project partners are The Phipps Center for the Arts, Sustain Hudson, and The Hudson Inclusion Alliance.