Graffiti with political agenda: A right to protest, or vandalism?
Graffiti is turn up around you hometown, it is contained to state or city property, asphalted streets and concrete of little value or importance. Widespread, across your downtown, addressing concerns of today's social, local, and global issues.... What is your reaction to catching this vandal in the act, redhanded?
Defacing another's property is wrong. Vandals caught in the act should be required to restore the property at their own expense.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Well is it art? Or an act of vandalism?
by GDiBiase 6 years ago
If you saw someone doing graffiti would you call the police?
by JosieLee 6 years ago
Do you believe graffiti is art or is it vandalism?
by ahorseback 17 months ago
Seriously ?And when they do , They all react the same .
by Stacie L 2 years ago
Do you think graffiti is an art form?Some graffiti artists refer to themselves as street artists. They are not involved in a gang and not tagging their territory, but feel they are making a statement.Do you appreciate these wall art designs or not?
by ptosis 16 months ago
I'm sure there is a bot that can scour craigslist for this. I say it's total B.S. in order to delegitimize any peaceful public protest.Now this: http://tucson.com/news/local/crime/unde … bd07b.htmlSB 1142 Claiming people are being paid to riot, Republican state senators voted...
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