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Hateful graffiti blights communities and it’s something we need to tackle urgently

By Melanie Morgan, StreeetSnap Research Associate, Swansea University
Lella Nouri, Associate Professor, Criminology, Sociology and Social Policy, Swansea University
Hateful graffiti and other imagery plague communities across the UK, spreading a toxic message of division. Such graffiti targets people based on race, religion, sexual orientation, disability and gender identity.

And sprayed graffiti is only one part of the problem. Hateful imagery can range from stickers and QR codes to leaflets,…The Conversation

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