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Graffiti Becomes Political Weapon on Cairo Streetsi
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January 24, 2014 11:59 PM
Since the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak, Cairo’s walls have become its canvas. Egyptian artists are using their city’s walls to express everything from calls to revolution to outrage over sexual harassment. Sebastian Meyer reports for VOA. (Photos by Mia Grondahl/'Revolution Graffiti')

Graffiti Becomes Political Weapon on Cairo Streets

Published January 24, 2014

Since the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak, Cairo’s walls have become its canvas. Egyptian artists are using their city’s walls to express everything from calls to revolution to outrage over sexual harassment. Sebastian Meyer reports for VOA. (Photos by Mia Grondahl/'Revolution Graffiti')


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