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Afghan Female Graffiti Artist Subjected to Social Pressurei
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July 27, 2012 3:21 PM
Young people in Kabul are pushing the boundaries of Afghanistan’s conservative society. But they do so at the risk of severe social pressures. VOA's Sharon Behn looks at the hidden world of graffiti artists in Kabul.

Afghan Female Graffiti Artist Subjected to Social Pressure

Published July 27, 2012

Young people in Kabul are pushing the boundaries of Afghanistan’s conservative society. But they do so at the risk of severe social pressures. VOA's Sharon Behn looks at the hidden world of graffiti artists in Kabul.


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