Gallup, New Mexico: We The People Park

Built by the late Armando Alvarez in 1994. He said that it represented free speech and pluralism, among other things. A collection of small boulders is labeled "Rock Concert."

Address:
900 Joseph M. Montoya Blvd, Gallup, NM
Directions:
I-40 exit to Ford Drive/Myamora/Bataan Memorial Drive. Take the first left, on Joseph M. Montoya Blvd. The parking area will be on the left.
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We The People Park.

We The People Park

Sculptures with deep meaning, art in the center of a running/workout trail, musical sculptures, community and political sculptures.

[Koti Palma, 11/10/2022]

Built by the late Armando Alvarez in 1994. He said that it represented free speech and democracy (the "Agenda" people), pluralism, decision-making (a fetus), and the environment (a coal miner). A collection of small boulders is labeled "Rock Concert."


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