KET speaks to USA Today

USA Today wrote about KET’s graffiti case recently and law enforcements growing efforts across the US to combat graffiti.

From the article “More complain about cities used as a canvas“:

“In New York, the KET case shows how badly authorities want to wipe out graffiti — and how difficult it is to do so. ”

“The case is part of a new war on American graffiti, that long-controversial hybrid of art and vandalism. But fans and critics agree on this much: Never has so much been done to fight graffiti, and never has there been so much of it.”

You can read the full article here:

Listen directly to KET speak on the issue here:

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