Lessons From Women in Graffiti Who Overcame Adversity

Episode 8 | 12m 28s

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Women graffiti writers have been pioneers in the modern graffiti movement since its origin over 50 years ago. Host Josef Lorenzo meets graffiti legends and learns about how graffiti began as an art form of rebellion started by teenagers in Philadelphia and New York City. Graffiti itself is closely tied to hip-hop culture which began in the Bronx during the 1970s.

Aired: 08/17/22 | Rating: NR

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