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Graffiti On The Walls of Medellin


In a photograph sure to please your everyday anarchist, a graffitist does his thing on a wall in Medellin, Colombia, on Friday while a couple of uninhibited women parade by carrying a sign in Spanish that criticizes the government for penalizing those who protest and those who exercise freedom of expression.

It is not sure what the artist was protesting, but the women’s banner reads, “Leoniza criminalizes protest and free speech”.

We don’t know whether the three got away with their actions, but for sure they were doing a little of both.

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