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Kenya Graffiti Artists Spray for Social Changei
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August 06, 2014 4:20 PM
Some of Kenya’s graffiti artists have become a voice for social change, using their art to push boundaries and to make statements about the country’s political elite. VOA's Lenny Ruvaga has more on the story from Nairobi.

Kenya Graffiti Artists Spray for Social Change

Published August 06, 2014

Some of Kenya’s graffiti artists have become a voice for social change, using their art to push boundaries and to make statements about the country’s political elite. VOA's Lenny Ruvaga has more on the story from Nairobi.


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by: dee
August 06, 2014 8:59 PM
Beautiful watu....I and I know many others.....stand with you in this desolate&stolen western hemisphere.......ase ase ase