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Kenyan Graffiti Artists Spray for Political, Social Change

Some of Kenya’s graffiti artists have become a voice for social change, using their art to push boundaries and make statements about the country’s political elite.   Nine years ago, Kevin Esendi dropped out of art school and embraced his first love – graffiti. Most of his fans and fellow artists now know him by his street name – “Bankslave.” "Bankslave" has risen to become one of Nairobi’s foremost graffiti artists. He says the art form - which some consider a public...

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