Street Art, Politics and Violence Intersect in Northern Ireland

Speaking out in an effort to repel renewed Sectarian Violence

Street artists in Belfast, Northern Ireland maintain a tradition of painting murals with a message, as they did during the 30-year conflict between Catholic Republicans and Protestants loyal to the British crown. But they’re now speaking out in an effort to repel renewed sectarian violence driven by Britain’s Brexit deal with Europe. Malcolm Brabant reports for our arts and culture series “CANVAS.
Credit to : PBS NewsHour

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