George Foreman and The Williams Family: The Spirit of Houston

Legendary boxer and Olympic Gold Medalist, George Foreman, painted Star #9 on The Flag for Hope on October 4, 2015. He was awarded his star in recognition of his incredible boxing career, as well as his philanthropic efforts.

George Foreman is one of 50 American icons who painted the white stars on The Flag for Hope. He joins more than 4,000 Americans who also provided their hand and finger impressions to create the flag.  We are preserving, honoring, and curating the messages of hope shared by each participant. They are a poignant representation of who we are as a country.

While in Houston, we also spent some time with the Williams family, who placed their hand and finger impressions on October 5,  2015. Their messages of hope are indicative of the Houston spirit that has prevailed in response to Hurricane Harvey. Unity, helping neighbors, and faith.

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George Foreman

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The Williams Family

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