The Wicker Park memorial to Lucy Parsons was created by a local Chicago artist (apparently with little help from the City). The memorial includes a brief history of Parsons' life and (in keeping with the changing ethnicity of the neighborhood) quotes from her in English, Spanish, and Polish. The artist has made pointed references to events in Parsons' life that occurred in this neighborhood.
|One side of tiled free-standing memorial, with quotes||Other side|
|Anarcho-tourists enjoy visiting the Memorial ...||Even from as far away as California|
|An adjacent spirial bench inscribed with quotes from Lucy Parsons|